The new design brings colorful red, white and grey panels to the concrete walls, large black silhouettes of school icon Albertus, and perhaps most importantly, a canopy along one side giving welcome shade for students taking a break between classes. New seating will provide a great place for faculty and students to relax and visit.
“About three years ago, I finally decided we had to do something with the courtyards,” said Interim Dean Richard M. Alderman who spearheaded the facelift. “They have been the same since I started teaching here in 1973. I think it will become a popular gathering spot for students and an attractive venue for various events.”