IU East dedicates historic markers

IU East hosted a ceremony Nov. 5 to dedicate an IU Bicentennial historical marker in John and Patricia Ryan's Rose Walkway in front of Whitewater Hall, IU East's first building on campus.

As part of the IU Bicentennial celebrations, IU is adding historical markers at campuses across the state to commemorate significant people, places, events and organizations that have had an impact on IU, the state, the nation and the world.

In addition, IU East dedicated a state historical marker in front of Whitewater Hall, the 13th one installed in Wayne County. The marker honors the creation of IU East, going all the way back to its origin as an extension center of Earlham College in 1946 to its present-day campus, which was dedicated in 1975.

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