The infinity of influence unveiled

Dozens of Miner alumni, friends and guests from the Rolla community gathered outside Hasselmann Alumni House on Saturday, Nov. 5, for the unveiling and dedication of The Infinity of Influence.

20161105_alumni_of_influence_so_0128This three-piece kinetic sculpture, which stands on the Vaninger Family Plaza outside Hasselmann Alumni House, was created to honor Missouri S&T’s Alumni of Influence.

Following remarks by Chancellor Cheryl B. Schrader and Darlene Ramsay, assistant vice chancellor for university advancement, a curtain was dropped to unveil the sculpture. After the unveiling, guests were treated to high tea.

Read the story about the sculpture and its creator.

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