Previously called the “Corner Pocket” by many and now named the “Ground Floor,” the newly renovated space in the Alumni Building houses space just for students, including offices for Campus Activities Board and the Student Government Association, the two largest student organizations on campus.
As the spring semester came to a close, construction crews wrapped up finishing touches on the $2.1 million ground-level renovation, but students began using the space since its grand opening March 17. Continue reading Student-only Space the Focus of ‘Ground Floor’ Alumni Building renovation →
The concept for the Alumni Memorial Building began in 1945 during conversations between Berea College alumni and President Francis S. Hutchins on how to commemorate Berea College’s first 100 years. In addition, the idea that the building would serve as a World War II memorial also surfaced. Continue reading Alumni Memorial Building →
Never been to Berea before or maybe yearning to see what changes have occurred on campus recently? Ride along with our students as we take you on a skateboard through campus in this GoPro tour of Berea College. We’re hitting the hotspots on campus from the Seabury Athletic Complex to the Alumni Building we’re showing you Berea’s vibrant campus.
Berea College’s long-standing and historical commitment to interracial education was celebrated with the grand opening of the Carter G. Woodson Center, whose namesake graduated from Berea in 1903 and became recognized as the “Father of Black History.” The center, located on the main floor of the Alumni Building, reasserts interracial education as a priority in the college’s contemporary learning, working and living environments. Continue reading Berea College Dedicates Carter G. Woodson Center for Interracial Education →