Warner Hall was constructed in 1999 and named after Truman A. Warner to commemorate him. It is 32,000 square feet and was designed to incorporate architectural elements of Old Main, Fairfield Hall, and neighboring Hass Library. The ground floor works as a student lounge and has an area for guest lectures and presentations. The second floor contains classrooms and offices for professors of history and social sciences. Pieces from Warner’s anthropological collection can also be seen on the second floor in a display case. The third floor contains classrooms and offices for psychology department professors.
“Warner Hall.” John Mihelic Collection, MS015. WCSU Archives, 9 July 2019. Accessed on the Web: 21 Aug. 2019.
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