Dedicated in 1959 and designed by Howard L. Rich, of Rich & Tucker, Assoc., the campus architects, this residence hall was built on Lower Campus in response to the Trustees’ decision to expand enrollment. This was the second dormitory to… Read More »
Meneely Hall, the Humanities classroom building built in 1959, was the first classroom building to be built at Wheaton since 1911. Its construction was in response to the Trustees’ decision to enlarge Wheaton’s enrollment. It is ironic that this modern… Read More »
Professor Robert L. Slater of Harvard Divinity School delivers “Personal Faith and World Religions,” the first Marjorie Otis Memorial Lecture.