Ah--have they already been turned on for the season? I was going to bring my parents up for the initial lighting, as my dad's quite pleased that my neighborhood is, in his words, "getting gussied up." :)
Just wondering why the lights only start at Pratt, who pays for the lighting (which, despite my skepticism, does look nice), and have noticed one tree in the section was not lit, but was apparently "T P'd" instead. Can't get past that nagging feeling that this was done to appeal to the Loyola community.