The Alumni Letterbox LbNA # 11829
|Placed Date||Oct 26 2004|
|Last Found||Nov 12 2007|
“High towers above us, thy columns so fair…”
Founded in 1893, as a women’s college. In 1897, Margaret gave the college 28 acres of land, and so the school moved. It was renamed in her honor. Male students were admitted as commuters only in 1971. In 2002, it was decided that they could be residents as well. It still seems strange! What sets this school apart is its Honor Code.
Where all the literature hangs out.
370.112G – 371.012I
371.102H – 371.97B
Find 371.102, second shelf to the bottom. Underneath this shelf, stuck with magnets, is the box you seek.
Mon. - Thur. 8am - 10pm
Fri. 8am - 5pm
Sat. 9am - 1pm
Sun. 6pm - 10pm
Please be very discreet!! It’s a micro-box, so it has a small logbook.
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