By Julia Salasky
April 6, 2001
Over 200 brides utter these words every year as they stand at the altar in the University's chapel.
From the occasional fresh-faced students to graduates to distinguished professors and community members unaffiliated with the University, the allure of the chapel entices many couples to tie the knot inside its walls every year.
With an elegant exterior of brown and tan stone and stunning stained glass windows, the chapel is an aesthetic masterpiece that many students consider the symbolic spiritual epicenter on Grounds.
Fourth-year College students John Christianson and Sarah Sinclair have planned a chapel wedding for the end of May after graduation, and both feel that the low-key spiritual atmosphere in the chapel makes it the perfect venue for a mutually fulfilling ceremony.
"Because we both have our own churches, it's either get married at my church or his church, but the chapel here is for both of us," Sinclair said.