In the News: January, 1961

From Alumae News, fifty years ago this month:

  • Woman's College (now UNCG) faces the fact that increasing enrollment, combined with the requirement that students without family in the Greensboro area must live on campus, will necessitate the construction of new housing in the near future.
  • The new McIver Building, erected with one million dollars in state funds over the objections of some preservationists who opposed demolition of its predecessor, is dedicated.
  • The deaths of William D. Carmichael, Jr. (for whom UNCG's Carmichael Building is named) and Ione Grogan (memorialized by Grogan Residence Hall) are noted.

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