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AprU 10.1992 page seven
International House to take
on new look, new name this
The International House will take on a new
look this summer and will be renamed the Mar
guerite Noel International House. Because of
her generosity through the Second Century Capi
tal Campaign, Mrs. Marguerite Noel has enabled
the college to do extensive renovation work on
teh House, including expanding the seminar
room, adding skylights to the parlor,a nd con-
. structing a new roof. In adition, some painting
and redecorating will take place in the interior of
Renovation work will begin after graduation
and is expected to be completed prior to the
beginning of school in August.
If you are an international student, or if you are
majoring or minoring in a foreign language or
majoring in international studies, consider living
in the International House next year. An exciting
year of international programs and cultural op
portunities is being planned for residents in the
If you are interested in applying to live in the
House, you must turn in your q>plication to the
Dean of Students Office no later than April 13.
F. CARTER WILLIAMS, ARCHITECTS. P.A. Raleigh, N.C
MARGUERITE NOEL INTERNATIONAL HOUSE
Raleigh, North Carolina
An artist's rendering of what the newly renamed Marguerite Noel International House will look like.
Parkwood Village is where Meredith students spend their summers!
Just a few of Parkwood's advantages include:
• Three Month Leases
• Pool Parties & Sports Events
Lots of Fun Activities
A Great Chance to Meet New People
For more information, call
You are cordially invited
to attend the
Class of 1992
Sunday, April 12,1992
The Class of 1994
will be introduced
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