Campaign for Proctor: Field House Construction Update 

Mar 2, 2018 3:14:22 PM

Students depart for Spring Break today as we close out the Winter Term on campus. The past three months have seen remarkable work done in the classrooms, in art studios, on stage, in the dorms, and on the court/ice/hills by students and faculty. The winter has also been a time of transformation for the Farrell Field House as renovations continue within The Campaign for Proctor.

Proctor Arts: Exhibit Space and Visiting Artists

Feb 22, 2018 2:16:07 PM

Proctor is incredibly fortunate to be surrounded by beautiful spaces begging for art to displayed. Through the efforts of Molly Leith, Arts Department Chair Bill Wightman, COO John Ferris, and our Maintenance team, we have transformed empty wall space throughout campus into intentional art exhibits that speak not only to the soul of Proctor, but to the talent, culture, and creativity we admire in the world around us. Check out current and future art exhibits currently open around campus!

Proctor Arts: Welcomes MeadEaglePhotos Exhibit

Nov 13, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Proctor Academy is incredibly excited to welcome the work of MeadEaglePhotos to campus in a new art installation in the Brown Dining Commons. The exhibit, Namaste: Images of India, is the first of hopefully many visiting installations to grace the walls of the new Brown Dining Commons which opened its doors in the fall of 2016. Read on to learn more about the exhibit, the artists, and their goal of increasing conversations around diverse cultures within educational settings. 

Campaign for Proctor: Farrell Field House and Maxwell Savage Update

Sep 14, 2017 2:23:24 PM
As we welcomed new and returning families to campus last weekend, it was hard to overlook the construction happening on the west end of campus, drawing attention to renovations of the Farrell Field House, a multi-million dollar investment in academic space in the old Cannon Dining Hall, and the upcoming renovation to Maxwell Savage Hall. Read below for updates on these projects and current progress. 

Behind the Scenes: Campus Summer Projects

Aug 22, 2017 12:04:38 PM

Even though students and faculty are away during the summer months, Proctor's campus is far from quiet! In addition to Proctor's Dining Services team and Housekeeping team hosting Gordon Research Conferences all summer, and the Development and Communications teams, Business Office, Technology and Support Staff working hard all summer, Proctor's Maintenance Team jumps into action with campus improvement projects. When combined with significant renovations to the Farrell Field House, the list of summer projects is truly impressive, ranging from major paving projects to significant technology upgrades to irrigation work to refurbishing dormitories and office spaces around campus. Below are just a few of the highlights from the projects on campus! 

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