The University Record, October 8, 2001

Knock, Knock . . .

Chances are you’ve passed this door hundreds of times or may have even crossed over its threshold . . . but do you remember where it’s located? Each week the Record will snap a stoop. See if you can guess where it is. If you can’t get a handle on its location, check out the answer in the next Record. (Photo by Bill Wood, U-M Photo Services)

Who’s There?

Answer from Oct. 1 isssue

The Michigan Union, whose front doors were displayed in the Oct. 1 Record, has been a central campus landmark since construction began in 1916. Though not completed until 1919, it was used to house and feed members of the armed services during both World War I and II. Its steps are known as the site where John F. Kennedy proposed the Peace Corps in 1960.