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'''Ingle Auditorium''' is located in the [[Student Alumni Union]].  It is commonly used for concerts, other performances, and weekly movie showings.
 
'''Ingle Auditorium''' is located in the [[Student Alumni Union]].  It is commonly used for concerts, other performances, and weekly movie showings.
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==About==
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The auditorium was designed as a cultural center for plays and musical events at RIT. It previously served as the campus chapel until the construction of the [[Schmitt Interfaith Center]].<ref name="ingleplaque">Plaque standing outside of the Ingle Auditorium.</ref>
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==History==
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Ingle was dedicated on May 17, 1969. The auditorium was constructed in the bequest of [[Arthur H. Ingle]], a trustee. The auditorium was named in memory of his mother, Albenia Elizabeth Ingle, and his wife, Maude Dennie Ingle.<ref name="ingleplaque"></ref>
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==References==
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==External links==
 
==External links==
 
*[http://whatsinaname.rit.edu/structures/?id=1052 What's In A Name: Ingle Auditorium]
 
*[http://whatsinaname.rit.edu/structures/?id=1052 What's In A Name: Ingle Auditorium]

Revision as of 10:55, 13 August 2014

Ingle Auditorium is located in the Student Alumni Union. It is commonly used for concerts, other performances, and weekly movie showings.

About

The auditorium was designed as a cultural center for plays and musical events at RIT. It previously served as the campus chapel until the construction of the Schmitt Interfaith Center.[1]

History

Ingle was dedicated on May 17, 1969. The auditorium was constructed in the bequest of Arthur H. Ingle, a trustee. The auditorium was named in memory of his mother, Albenia Elizabeth Ingle, and his wife, Maude Dennie Ingle.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Plaque standing outside of the Ingle Auditorium.

External links