Evans Hall

A part of Evans Hall was formerly called the Mothers’ Memorial Building, in memory of the donors’ mothers. After some years as a girls’ dormitory, the building was converted into faculty apartments, and later into a classroom-office building. Several original features of Mothers’ Memorial Building foyer have been preserved, including the curving staircase, arched doorways and polished floors of wide, pegged boards. It now houses the Evans School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences and includes classrooms, faculty offices, a computer laboratory, a foreign-languages laboratory, and the media center.

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Academic and Administrative



Upcoming Events

Cherokee Language with Dr. Margaret Bender

Margaret Bender (Ph.D., University of Chicago). Margaret Bender received her A.B. degree in English from Cornell University, her A.M. in the social sciences...

10/25 6:30pm
"The Great War: A Global Perspective"

Dr. Erez Manela, an expert on World War I and its aftermath, will discuss the war from a global perspective. The event is timed to coincide with the WWI...

11/7 3pm

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Evans Hall

Evans Hall posted a photo 10/3/2016