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Dating a nursing student

Dating a nursing student

Camp, A. Montague and Dr. Mississippi Normal College opens for classes and is home to a total of students and 17 faculty members during its first term. This year also marks the establishment of the first football team. Composed of 13 men two with one arm , the team plays nearby high schools at Kamper Park. The first school newspaper, the Normal College News, is published. Campus development College Hall: The principal academic building which contained classrooms, administrative offices, the library and an auditorium.

Forrest County Hall: Three-story dormitory for men and married couples. Hattiesburg Hall: Industrial Cottage: Classroom space for women where sewing and cooking instruction takes place. Now named the Honor House. President's Home: MNC is authorized to confer baccalaureate degrees. The first cheerleading squad is formed.

The name of the school news paper is changed to The Student Printz. President Joe Cook is fired and Claude Bennett assumes the presidency. Built to honor students who served during WWI, it is located at the front entrance to the campus. Funds for the building are donated by faculty, students, alumni and friends of the college.

Southern Hall: Academic building, originally called Science Hall, it houses classrooms and the library. Now used as classrooms and home of the school newspaper, The Student Printz. George Hurst Building: Academic building is the original home of Demonstration School, where student teachers are trained.

The Great Depression creates a devastating economic downturn in the United States and marks the beginning of a very difficult time for the State Teachers College. The state of Mississippi is forced to refuse funds to all public institutions, and for six months faculty and staff members at STC receive no pay.

Jennings Burton George becomes the institution's third president. State Teachers College celebrates its 25th anniversary. Fritzsche-Gibbs Hall: Original Home Science Nursery School. Now serves as home to the College of Health. Administration Building. Bennett Auditorium The Hub: Is built as the dining hall facility. Now home to Southern Miss Activities Co The Sunken Garden: Decorative garden is built on the site currently occupied by McLemore Hall.

Begun in as a class project, it is completed in Power Plant: Is built to house facilities for heating the campus. Now home to the Powerhouse Restaurant. Lake Byron Textbook Center: Originally constructed as the Demonstration School Gymnasium.

East Stadium: Originally doubling as a men's residence hall and athletic stadium, it is constructed with federal public works funds and college revenue bonds. Mississippi Southern College posts first undefeated football season The U.

S War Department establishes an Army administration school on campus to train staff for WWII military camps, bringing 1, male students to campus. July 1, Kennard-Washington Hall: Now home of Student Services. Walter Washington, the first African American to receive a doctoral degree from the university. Gilbert Hartwig Southern Arena Playhouse: Purchased from the U. Originally called West Hall, it is located behind what is now Cook Library. Weathersby Hall: Originally built as a women's residence hall.

Demolished in , its lawn adjacent to Shoemaker Square is now used as a gathering spot for students. Publications and Printing Services: The Dixie Darlings, precision dance team, is formed by band director Dr.

Raymond Mannoni. Originally named the Southern Belles. WMS, the watt campus radio station, is established President R. Cook resigns Former state archivist for Mississippi, Dr. William David McCain assumes the presidency. His main goal as president is to see the college achieve university status First perfect football season ; United Press International names the team national champion in the "Large College" Division Campus development Hickman Hall: Women's residence hall named for Alma Hickman, a member of the original faculty.

West Stadium: Originally built as a men's residence hall and stadium. Marsh Hall: Bolton Hall: Women's residence hall named for Miss Willa Bolton, professor and chairman of the Geography Department, and a member of the original faculty. McLemore Hall: Originally built as the R. Cook College Union, the building's name is changed in when a new student union is built directly behind the Hub.

Renamed for Dr. Lake Sehoy: Newman Lumber Company in Danforth Chapel Jones Hall: Women's residence hall Scott Hall: Residence hall Walker Science Building: Academic building Van Hook Golf Course: The land is now used for The Garden, the university's innovation and commercialization park. First Ph. As Civil Rights movements and integration are sweeping college campus throughout the nation, the first African American students, Raylawni Young Branch and Gwendolyn Elaine Armstrong, are admitted.

School of Nursing organizes through a special legislative appropriation.


Dating a nursing student

McCain retires July 1, WMS, the watt campus radio station, is established Baseball grandstands Upper classmen residence hall Is built to house facilities for heating the campus. Cook College Union, the building's name is changed in when a new student union is built directly behind the Hub. Mississippi Southern College posts first undefeated football season Camp, Dating a nursing student, A. Married student and family housing complex Van Hook Golf Course: