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Thomson Hall - 1962
980 Park Avenue
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Thomson Hall & Dining Center 1
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Thomson was named for Dr. James William Thomson, faculty member from 1898-30 and dean of the college. Constructed in two wings separated by the university's main dining location, it serves as a co-ed residence hall. Renovations in 1989 included the addition of an east entrance.

Interesting Features:

  • The dining center offers three meals per day throughout the school year, including daily vegetarian selections, salad, cereal and potato bars, omelet station, deli and pasta areas, etc.
  • Sculpture in courtyard 
  • Residential suites for men and women
  • All-you-can-eat fare
  • Convenience store
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