y 274 gt
classrooms used by the departments of mathematics and public speaking.
The Liberal Arts Building was the second one to be erected and V j
was first occupied ln February, 1925. It contains the men's gym-
nasium and the women's gymnasium; the off1ces.of the College Physician
and the Dean of Men; the home economics laboratories; the classrooms
used by the departments of English, education, social science, geog- l
raphy, agriculture, foreign languates, hygiene and physical education.
Cost, $l72,l65.72. ,
The Rainey T. Wells Hall, the women‘s college home, was first
occupied in September, 1925. It 1s a fireproof brick and stone
structure and is provided with modern conveniences.
It contains ample parlors, lobbies and dining rooms. — 4
Wells Hall 1s,the center of the social life of the college and 7
ls under the supervision of the Dean of Women, assisted by the -
Womenfs Self Government Association. Cost, $274,095.8S. `
The Auditorium Building contains one of the largest audltorlums
in Kentucky; seating capacity, including the stage, is four thousand.
The stage is suitable not only for musical and dramatic enter-
tainments but for basketball games and gymnastlc performances. I
The department of m sic ls located in this building. h
Q The building was first occupied ln January, 1928. Cost, _
l $176,549.5V. -
Q The Training School Building ls especially designed for training `
h school purposes. The most distinctive feature is the twelve training
` school un1t=, each unit consisting of a demonstration classroom, three `
practice rooms and an office for the critic teacher. -
It contains the office of the director of teacher training,
classrooms and practice rooms for elementary grades, classrooms and I ·
laboratories for high school and classrooms for the department of art.
It was first occupied in January, 1928. Cost, $l55,326.82. ‘
The Central Heating Plant was begun in the spring of 1927 and I
completed in November, 1927. Cost, $65,995.57
The Men's Dormitory is a fireproof brick building, trimmed ln
stone. It is composed of a number of suites for men, with all ·
modern conveniences in each suite. I
There 1s a large reception room on the first floor and also an
apartment for the Dean of Men.