Explore how athletics and physical education evolved over the history of the college; from playing croquet and basketball on the green to NCAA Division III competition. See how Wilson College experienced Title IX “in reverse”. This exhibit features vintage campus photographs as well as athletic equipment and apparel. For more information, please contact Amy Ensley, Director of the Hankey Center, at 717-264-4141, ext.3279 or email@example.com.
The collection includes items from Egypt, Mesopotamia, Italy, Greece, Palestine, and Syria. The greatest concentration of items in the collection are of Greek and Roman origin. Included are ceramics, glassware, coins, metal objects of various types, terra-cotta figurines and sculpture. These objects play an important role in the study and interpretation of the ancient world in the classroom. The collection is available for viewing by appointment. Please contact Professor Robert Dickson, Chair, Department of Fine Arts and Dance, 717-264-4141, ext. 3400, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Archives is proud to collaborate with the John Stewart Memorial Library to bring exhibits to the College community in the new Learning Commons. All displays contain primary sources from the Archives. Find our display cases at the entrance to the historic building, as well as on the first floor of the addition. Currently on display: "Creating Memory Lane: Scrapbooked Memories of College Life in the Archives", "Put Your Thinking Cap On: Intellectual Exploration at Wilson", and "Follow the Rules!". Displays at the Library rotate on a regular basis. Be sure to check back often for new exhibits!
Browse online exhibits such as Wilson College Presidents or "Something Bigger Than Myself": Pat Vail and Freedom Summer, featuring Wilson College photos, timelines and history.