As I mentioned yesterday, I got myself all educated at Trent University in Peterborough. While I was there, its major project was the construction of Peter Gzowski College, housed in the Enweying Building on the east bank of the Otonabee River. It ultimately opened in 2004, and in terms of residential style it blew all the other colleges away. I took this photo in October 2003, a little more than a year before Enweying's official opening.
The most surprising thing about it was that that yellow paneling actually ended up part of the finished exterior.
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