The following story is based on real events:
If you have ever wandered around campus, you have probably noticed it's exquisite beauty. From the cutting edge recreation center, all the way to the aged elegance of Snyder Hall, our campus is certainly easy on the eyes; and no building more so than Gunter Hall. Gunter Hall was built in 1928, the same year that Ignacy Moscicki became president of Poland. Gunter Hall is three stories tall, and is the building that houses our School of Natural and Health sciences. Before that, it's original purpose was our gymnasium. On the west side of Gunter hall is the Gunter Bell tower, a staggering four-five stories tall.