(Pavers are still available to name. Order yours today!)
The design of the Centennial Pathway is a calendar--with 365 pavers for each year of Loma Linda's service. Each row of pavers marks a month and every 12 rows marks a new year. Each year is indicated with a year marker along both sides of the Pathway. The Pathway begins at the Founders Plaza with year 1905. It continues down to Stewart Street, where it will end at year 2009. Once the Centennial Bridge over Stewart Street is complete the years will extend over the bridge and to the doors of the Centennial Complex.
Historical Markers commemorating major events or milestones in the University and Medical Center's history, are embedded in the Pathway within the year they took place. In addition, the names of people will be engraved on individual granite pavers throughout the Pathway.
Click here for a list of the Historical Markers.
As people walk the Pathway, they will be reminded of God's leading in Loma Linda's history and of the thousands of people whose lives have been touched and intertwined in the history of the University and Medical Center.