Wordless Wednesday

Here is Montezuma Lounge, where workers are installing flooring.

Here is Montezuma Lounge, where workers are installing flooring.

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Crew members work around a planter in front of the north entrance to Aztec Student Union.

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Installation of the stage in the theatre is underway.

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Accordion-style glass doors give the cafe dining space an indoors-outdoors feel.

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Landscaping will feature these plants at the base of the Union’s dome.

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A crew member walks the second floor arcade — AKA a covered walkway.

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An artist carefully touches up the paint on the reinstalled “Mural Triptico” in Montezuma Hall, which was formerly displayed in Montezuma Lounge in Aztec Center. 

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LED lights illuminate the customer service desk in Aztec Lanes.

Wordless Wednesday occurs all over the internet each Wednesday, when bloggers let photos speak for themselves.

Want to see more photos and updates about Aztec Student Union? Be sure to “like” the project on Facebookfollow it on Twitter or visit AztecStudentUnion.com to learn about the grand opening semester in spring 2014.

About Lorena

I'm a San Diego native and a proud two-time alumna of the San Diego State University School of Journalism and Media Studies. I currently work as the marketing and communications manager for the Associated Students of SDSU.
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One Response to Wordless Wednesday

  1. As an SDSU student from 1966-70 (Telecom & Film) I was involved in the creation of Aztec Center; first as a student volunteer on one of the planning committees and once the “new” center was open I was a part time employee. I think my title was Program Manager. I had the pleasure and honor to work with Bob Mosher, the architect; Harvey Goodfriend of Aztec Shops; Chuck Hanson, the Center’s first director; and Jim Carruthers, the first assistant director. It was an exciting time for all of us and we felt we were really pioneers. It is bittersweet to see Aztec Center disappear and exciting to see the new Aztec Student Union take shape. As I see the photos of the nearly completed building I can feel the excitement that I felt in 1968. I hope I’ll be able to visit the new Union in 2014!

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