Founder’s Weekend: Celebrating 160 Years of Higher Education
The first-ever Founder’s Weekend, Sept. 30 to Oct. 2, featured the return of the popular Green and Gold Day, the annual Scholars Brunch, a groundbreaking ceremony, a fundraising challenge from Al Roker ’76 and the naming and dedication of the Deborah F. Stanley Arena and Convocation Hall. Watch a President Stanley tribute video.
This year marks 160 years since the college was founded as a teacher training institution in 1861 by Edward Austin Sheldon, who was born on Oct. 4, 1823.
2021 Green and Gold Photos
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