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St. Regian (Paul Smiths, N.Y.) 19??-????, January 01, 1967, Image 176

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w FRONT ROW: G. Baker, L. Riccio, D. Colesworthy, B. Casper, F. Kurtz. SECOND ROW: C. Evans, R. Escheman, B. Lavoy, J. McConnell. THIRD ROW: J. Ravs, D, Dozier, M. Mullarney, R. Meyer. DORM 1 The plantation, a large three story building with architecture resembling that of a southern planta­ tion, attracts considerable student attention. Located in the center of campus life, it houses the offices of the school doctor, and nurse and serves as a campus mail distribution point. The students, a small conge­ nial group, always seem to capture the spirit of spe­ cial occasions. In the summer months the students are envied as they relax on the plantation veranda. The students also find its central location convenient for classes and other campus activities. 172

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