Well that sure inspired some confidence in the school!
Someone at the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, sure has a sense of humor. The sign's no longer there as of three years ago, when the building was expanded. Redditor cjhelms explained:
The building was constructed in two parts. One completed in 1972 and the newer part completed in 1982. The newer part includes the wall to the left and the older part is the rest that you see. The photo was taken from the basement level. The lettering is above the first level (the windows above the words are of a second floor conference room). There was originally a pedestrian bridge that connected to the entrance below the lettering.
When the newer portion of the building was constructed, the contractor missed his mark and caused the lettering to be cut off. Why didn't they change it? The space that used to be a beautiful grand entrance to the college was converted into a loading dock.
Well, I don't C any problems!
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