The central image of the plaque is a heart with a ribbon of musical notes commemorating the (S)P.S. I Love You musical event held at Ohrstrom Library on Valentine’s Day that year. The upper left corner shows a house on wheels, representing the brick faculty house moved to make room for the Lindsay Center for Mathematics and Science building. The upper right corner features a map of Haiti and the epicenter of the devastating earthquake that occurred on January 12, 2010. The bottom half of the plaque depicts a camera and a photograph with the initials “BC,” commemorating faculty member Brendan Cohen, who, in addition to being a favorite teacher, documented all four years of the Form of 2010 through his many photographs.
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The Form of 2010 plaque is now completed. The detail photograph above shows a sample of the painted finish on the plaque – a house on wheels to represent the moving of the brick faculty house to make room for building the Lindsay Center.
The completed framed plaque will be revealed on Anniversary Weekend on Saturday May 30th – at which time photographs of the finished plaque will be published online. Thank you to the representatives from the Form of 2010 for their help with this project – I am looking forward to seeing members of the Form of 2010 at the SPS Anniversary event to celebrate your new Form plaque!