This is the building in which my office is housed. It was originally built in 1937 (see image below) and was a woman’s residence hall and was named after Frances Washburn Atherton, the wife of the 4th president of Penn State. In 1997 construction began on creating office space within Atherton, already an honors residence hall, for the newly founded Schreyer Honors College.
We took a group of students from our Presidential Leadership Academy to Gettysburg. We had a great tour with two retired colonels […]
These are a pair of Wasserspeiern or gargoyles from the Münster in Freiburg. The story I was told is that the buildings […]
When in Rome…we visited perhaps the most interesting monument to me, a scholar of ancient Judaism. The Arch of Titus was built […]
Our son Mack is buried in this beautiful and historic cemetery. Many of the graves go back to the 18th century and is […]