While it may look like something from a musical theater set, the creation being assembled Monday at the corner of Bloomington and Anderson streets is a prototype for the new DePauw University campus entrance coming soon. DePauw officials were trying to get a feel for the size and scope of the entryway before submitting drawings to the state for approval (necessary due to its placement along U.S. 231). The prototype of plywood and two-by-fours -- to be replaced ultimately by bricks and mortar -- cover a width of 32 feet on either side of Anderson Street. The columns standing 15.5 feet high create an archway over the existing sidewalk. At a recent Stellar Grant public meeting, DePauw President Brian Casey said the Anderson Street project was moved from the back burner to the front burner to serve as an example of how other streetscapes in the campus area might appear.