Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Hall opens to students. Named for alumna Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler ’72, who provided key guidance to architects on this project in addition to supporting student scholarship programs, an endowed faculty chair in contemporary European studies, a lecture series at the European Union Center of California, as well as other academic programs.
Elizabeth Hubert Malott Commons opens as the central dining facility for the campus. Various student services and offices are also established, including the Motley Coffeehouse and the Career Planning & Resources office. The building, previously the College’s Language Arts building, is named for Elizabeth Hubert Malott ’53, whose family gave the generous lead gift making the transformation possible.
The President’s House is renamed and dedicated to trustee and graduate of the first Class, Ellen Clark Revelle ’31, the niece of Ellen Browning Scripps. The house, no longer used as a permanent residence, becomes a primary location for entertaining, meetings, events, and home of the Office of Alumnae Relations.