Everyone had moved to the new campus in September ’68 except the School of Art and Design, and the School for American Craftsman students. Our building was finally ready in January '69. We tagged furniture, files and art work before leaving for the Christmas break. When we returned, all was in Booth Hall on the new campus! White walls, huge rooms and pristine floors were a treat! Such a contrast from Claude Bragdon’s beloved old Bevier building on Spring Street! But sentiments run deep, and one day a few students were demonstrating outside Booth Hall, longing for the old campus!