It is unclear when the building was removed, but perhaps sometime in the 1920s, According to research Written by Horace A. Smith, professor emeritus of physics and astronomy, who looked at maps, inventories of university buildings, and timetables.
Professor Camp said the campus archeology program did not immediately excavate the entire institution because there were not enough staff on campus during the summer months. He said he was looking forward to the results that will be issued when the field study of the university begins.
Morgan Manuzac, an art history and anthropology major, helped dig this summer and hopes to participate in the field school.
Working on fossils, he said, was his first dig, an opportunity undergraduates don’t often encounter. Students are usually required to go abroad for fieldwork, and these programs are usually looking for graduate students. This past summer he shot on location in Greece, but mostly landscape and digital photography.
“Only because I can gain experience in this field as an undergraduate Mrs. Manushack said. They want someone who is going to a master’s degree or graduate school. So for us, this experience is really invaluable, especially at our university.