Reid Hall

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Now Home to the College’s Department of Music, Reid Hall was originally the College’s library. It was converted into classrooms and offices in the 1960s, with practice, storage, and recording rooms added in the 1980s. Whether it’s as a singer in the choir, musician in the orchestra, or member of a class, students can work directly with professors on composing, learning, and performing music.

Forester Fact:  The stonework above the entrance to the building still reads “The Arthur Somerville Reid Memorial Library.”

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