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Gathering places

Erdle Commons
Gleason Building
Recent renovations on campus have created a variety of informal gathering spots where students can huddle. Seats in the new Erdle Commons in the remodeled Gleason Building are much in demand, and the Bruce and Nora James Atrium in the Gosnell Building is another popular place for students to congregate.

Opened in January 2001, the Crossroads Building on the west side of campus was designed to be an inviting environment where students can find a selection of favorite foods and cozy up in an oversized arm chair.

Staff photographer A. Sue Weisler '93 shows how students are making themselves at home in these new spaces.

Crossroads Building

Bruce and Nora James Atrium
Gosnell Building