Sunday, February 17, 2013

postcard series | Silliman University amphitheater

The sunken amphitheater (with Silliman Church as backdrop) is probably the second most popular landmark at Silliman University. Silliman Hall being at number one spot.


On its fringes are Hibbard Hall (my favorite building in the campus in terms of design aesthetics; high ceiling, vintage tile flooring, graceful curves, clean lines) and the Science Complex and Oriental Hall on the other side. The acacia-lined drive (with occasional skateboarders and bicyclers) and the frisbee field enfolding the amphitheater nailed the campus' laid back and youthful charm.


The amphitheater is a cultural and religious event venue and twice each year, the university's graduation ceremonies are held there.



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