Created 18-Sep-12
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Ricks Academy Class of 1910 in front of the Spori Building.In 1964, the academy building was officially renamed the Jacob Spori Building after the first principle of the academy.Spori building, Feb 2000In 2000, over 1,700 people came to celebrate the original Spori Building one last time before its planned demolition.During demolition in 2000, a fire erupted and destroyed the remains of the original Spori Building.During demolition in 2000, a fire erupted and destroyed the remains of the original Spori Building.In 2003, the new Spori Building was completed and built in a style reminiscent of the original 1903 Spori Building structure.The Jacob Spori Building with the Oscar A. Kirkham Building to the left.Night time view of the Jacob Spori Building with skylight visible on top of the buildingThe original 1903 Spori Building facade is on permanent display in the new Spori Building.The third floor of the Spori Building is home to BYU-Idaho's Art Department.  The artwork of students, often showcased on the third floor, is complimented by the building�s beautiful architecture.Skylights stream in natural light illuminating art and photography in the hallways of the Jacob Spori Building.The Jacob Spori Art Gallery, located on the first floor, is host to various exhibits throughout the year including work produced by students, faculty, and guest artists.A large classroom in the basement of the Jacob Spori Building.The south facade of the Jacob Spori Building with its beautiful pedestal garden feature.

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