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Anthony Pavicic

"The small student to faculty ratio was a real benefit in my preparation towards my teaching career. It enabled me to get to know my professors well and come to them for help with anything I needed."

Anthony Pavicic
Bishop Foley High School
Madison Heights, MI.

South Hall was built in 1903 to house Fort Brady's infantry soldiers. The infantry barracks were composed of twin buildings, one of which burned down in the early 1960s. Instead of rebuilding that section of the building a decision was made to build Crawford Hall, a new facility that would be adequate for scientific research. During the fire, the fort cafeteria, the structure connecting South Hall to its twin, was also destroyed

South Hall, now renamed R.W. Considine Hall, is currently under construction and will house the Lukenda School of Business once finished.

For more information, visit the South Hall stop on the Lake State Virtual Tour


Military trucks parked in front of the twin barracks, circa 1930.

South Hall, circa 1929. R.W. Considine Hall as it appears today.
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Western Michigan University

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