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    Giddens Learning Center

    History inside a modern building.

    The main arches of the former Carnegie Library, a historical marker, greet visitors to the Giddens Learning Center. The Learning Center houses classrooms, study areas, a large auditorium, an art gallery, and lounge space.

    Undergraduate students spend countless hours in this building, the homebase of many academic departments in the College of Liberal Arts, such as anthropology, English, legal studies, modern languages, philosophy, religion, psychology, education, and sociology. The Giddens/Alumni Learning Center also is a good place to track down professors in these departments. Stop by during their office hours to get help with class assignments, career search, or extracurricular pursuits.

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    Anthropology at Hamline

    Participate in an archaeological dig right on campus. As part of the class “Excavating Hamline History,” students have examined the historical remains of the old Hall of Science and University Hall.

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