Bette Cree Edwards Humanities Building opens to serve as the principal classroom facility for the campus and the interdisciplinary Humanities Program. It is named for Bette Cree Edwards ’49, a former member of the Board of Trustees. Architect John Carl Warneke combines modern forms with the traditional Mediterranean style of the 1920s buildings. The Humanities Building includes classrooms, an auditorium, a slide library, faculty offices and lounge, and a gallery. Clark Humanities Museum opens. Designed as a teaching museum for students and faculty to mount exhibitions. Students select objects from the permanent collections, organize and install the items, and write the wall labels and brochures.