Pictured are Willard Hall, The Fountain, Woodard Campus Center and New Hall.
My cell phone’s battery died as my Alumbud and I reached the northern end of Mary Washington College’s campus earlier this month. Hence, there are no pictures of the truly massive Simpson Library/Hurley Convergence Center. (I swear to you, that entire complex is about the size of the goddam S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier.)
Willard Hall and The Fountain.
Woodard Campus Center. I don’t remember calling it that when I went to school here in the early 1990’s. Wasn’t it just “The Student Center?”
The student mailboxes.
Inside Woodard. The Eagle’s Nest would be down and to the left. Upstairs was where the fall and spring formals were held. Those were significant social events back in the day.
I thought this was nice — I’m guessing it’s probably a product of the campus-wide remodeling project. And it has the college’s correct name! Beyond it is Seacobeck Dining Hall.
The renovated outdoor deck, another apparent feature of the remodeling project. I much prefer the unenclosed split-level deck that I remember.
New Hall, old man. My battery failed also before I could get pictures of the nearby light pole and the Fredericksburg municipal water tower, both of which I climbed on a dare, back in 1994 when I went through my “Spider-Man” phase while residing here. (That’s my senior year dorm room window behind me.)