Mix and match wall decorations for dorms by adding photos of your favorite team or even the college you're going to. There are more dorm room decorations than college posters and dorm tin signs that you can add to your dorm room decor. You can create a unique look for your college room decor by mixing and matching different types of dorm wall art. Dorm panoramas add great realistic views to your college dorm room and you can now get scenic views of your favorite teams in their stadiums! You can display love for your favorite team on more than just your T-Shirt or car magnet with our University of Missouri - Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field Panorama!
Our University of Missouri - Memorial Stadium/Faurot Field Panorama features a panoramic view that will give you the best of both worlds. You're getting your favorite team and you're also getting a scenic view of the clear blue sky behind the stadium. This dorm essentials item features a panoramic view of a long running tradition at the University of Missouri. Every year for the Homecoming game, Alumni "come home" for the annual game, and this dorm wall art item features this iconic tradition. This dorm necessities item features the Missouri Tigers versus the Vanderbilt Commodores and surrounding the stadium you can see the fans wearing their team colors in support for extra dorm room decor!
*Use Glue Dots to hang the unframed panorama.
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This panorama, taken by Robert Pettit, features the Missouri Tigers football team facing the Vanderbilt Commodores in an inner-conference match-up at Faurot Field. The Tigers victory added to Mizzou’s Homecoming celebration, a tradition that started over 100 years ago. Known as the birthplace of Homecoming, it all began in 1911 when former athletic director Chester Brewer, called for alumni to “come home” for the annual football game versus KU. Today, Mizzou Homecoming has grown into one of the largest student-run celebrations of its kind and was recently named the best Homecoming in the nation. The University of Missouri was founded in Columbia, Missouri, in 1839.