The sounds of summer are ringing out every Wednesday night at Iowa State University. The bells of Iowa State University’s Campanile has been ringing since 1897 and this summer, I-S-U is offering a Wednesday night concert series featuring bell ringers from around the globe. I-S-U carillonneur Tin-Shi Tam says the Campanile is special to Ames residents and I.S.U. students who have found memories of concerts and kissing under the structure. If not for the memories, concert goers enjoy the weather and the music. The Campanile is a landmark for the university, located on the south lawn of central campus.
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