Wightman Residence Hall; a residence hall named for William M. Wightman

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Legacies Classification
Memorial Structure
Memorial Type
Named Building
Memorial Context
Memorialized Subject
Title
Wightman Residence Hall; a residence hall named for William M. Wightman
Background and Context
This building opened in January 1999 with the temporary name "Evins Street Residence Hall." In the fall of 2003, the board of trustees named the residence hall in honor of William M. Wightman, who was Wofford's first president. In essence, they recycled the name from a residence hall that had been demolished in 1999.
Physical Description
The residence hall is a 3-story brick and stucco structure with space for 122 students. Housing is in a suite-style arrangement, with two rooms sharing a bathroom.
Creator/Participating Person(s)
Date created, installed or dedicated
27 January 1999
Date Modified
21 October 2003
Location: Institution, City, State

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