Things we love about Illinois: Stock Pavilion
Anchoring the southern terminus of the South Quad, the 101-year-old Stock Pavilion has improbably transcended its origins as an animal showplace, in part due to the fluid forms of its Georgian Revival-style architecture, which includes arched windows and semi-circular apses at its east and west ends. Over the years, the Pavilion has proved to be the perfect venue for the Moms Weekend Flower Show, in addition to picnics, parties and receptions. It also remains the home of Broadus White Socks, a UI championship steer of the 1920s.
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