Above: Point Park's youthful President, Dr. Paul Hennigan, came up to my wife and I to introduce himself. That kind of atmosphere has always been a hallmark of Point Park College and I was glad to see that it hasn't changed. Dr.Hennigan has been called "fiscally conservative" but he's driving the school in a direction that is unmistakeably progressive.
lAbove: Acting Dean of Journalism, Helen Fallon: A kinder, gentler version of "Vinnie". Also notice that she has no ink stains in this modern era.
Above Left: A view from the "Bridge" looking down Wood Street. Right: A unique "fish-eye view of the "Bridge".
Above: Architect's rendition of new Blvd. of Allies intersection along with new park in rear. Point Park will continue to stretch along Wood Street until one day it reaches First Avenue.
Above: Artist's rendition of new Lawrence Hall facade.
Above: Point Park will soon have a new Playhouse for its' many Theater Arts majors along its' Wood Street campus.
Above: Refurbished Lawrence Hall and new parklet.
Above: Academic Hall at the intersection of Wood Street and Blvd. of Allies. Today the first two floors have been opened into a huge foyer that gives access to "The Bridge" that connects Lawrence Hall. The "New" Point Park University will have several new buildings incorporated into its' footprint creating an urban campus downtown.
KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK POINT PARK UNIVERSITY!!!