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View of buildings located on the West Virginia University Evansdale Campus. Coliseum, Creative Arts Center, Agricultural and Engineering Building, Forestry and Education Building, Towers Dorm, and West Virginia University Hospital Complex are shown.
Aerial view of the W. V. U. Evansdale Campus showing the coliseum, engineering buildings, dorms, creative arts center and hospital.
Interior of the coliseum during construction.
Aerial view of the coliseum construction.
One of the pillars of the Coliseum.
Men take a ground sample for the new fieldhouse.
Picture taken from across the road at the Creative Arts Center.
Creative Arts Center across the road visible in the foreground.
Construction on the coliseum looks complete and workers are finishing the parking lot outside.
Aerial view of Evansdale campus showing Coliseum, Creative Arts Center, Ag- Engineering building, Forestry Towers, Towers dorms, and WVU Hospital complex.
Coliseum, Engineering, Creative Arts Center, and Agricultural Sciences Buildings.
Aerial View of Engineering Building on the far left side; WVU Coliseum on far right side; Towers Dormitories on the WVU Evansdale Campus.
Allen and Percival Halls; Agricultural Engineering and Agricultural Sciences Buildings; Engineering Building; Creative Arts Center; Coliseum all visible.
Also shows WVU Baseball Diamond and Monongahela River.
'West Virginia University's Evansdale Campus -- one of the three Morgantown campuses -- sprawls from the banks of the Monongahela River almost to the Medical Center. Buildings shown (from river to foreground) are the Coliseum (under construction,) the Creative Arts Center, the Engineering Sciences Center and the Agricultural Sciences Building.'
Dean Yost standing in front of the West Virginia University Coliseum.
West's jersey number 44 was officially retired prior to the Mountaineers' basketball game against LSU.
Sculpted by Jamie Lester, the statue was unveiled February 14, 2007 and stands outside the West Virginia University Coliseum.