What are your Memories of the McMullin Building ?
The Arts and Administration (later McMullin Building) at the UON Callaghan Campus at Shortland opened its doors to staff and students in 1965, becoming a central hub of the newly autonomous University of Newcastle (Australia). Over the subsequent 55 years, many thousands of people have walked its corridors, listened and debated in its classrooms and enjoyed its sunny courtyard. The McMullin Building has been the home base for the vice-chancellor, the site of University senate meetings, provided office and teaching space for the Humanities, Social Sciences, Law and Enabling Programs, and housed a computer data centre.
Prior to the demolition of the building later this year, we are collecting photographs and memories of the McMullin Building which will help to mark its important place in the life of the university.
We invite you to share your memories and photographs, please contact us at the following email email@example.com
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