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Not a Harry Potter fan, huh? Found in England, Alnwick Castle was the filming location of two Harry Potter movies
Opened in 1927, Philips Memorial Hall was named after Dr. George Morris Philips, the Principal of the West Chester State Normal School from 1881-1920.
Perhaps you craving some crispy fries? "Golden Arches" is another name for the popular fast food chain, but not the name of our castle building.
Tricked you! You have probably attended an event inside the “castle” building. This large venue is Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall.
Although "quadding" (frisbee playing, book reading, napping, on the quad) has always been a WC favorite, the open round lawn didn't take shape until the summer of 2014.
You are right! The Quad had many paths before the circle path was constructed in 2014. The huge circle lawn in the center of campus is the hot spot for events and hanging out between classes.
YES! "With all your strength & might, Hey!Win, We Can! So here we go again, hey!Rah, Rah, Rah, Rah WEST CHESTER U"
Rams Up is our most popular cheer today, but it's not included in our fight song
Incorrect, however, this chant could be heard by students back in the day
Wrong answer, although we love our town of West Chester, PA a.k.a Dub-C.
Student Rec Center, Center for Contemplative Studies…there are many locations to hone your yoga practice on campus, but 701 S. High Street was never one of them. Namaste.
Is it possible you NEVER got a parking ticket at WC?? Well if you had, you would know this is incorrect.
Ram's Head Rathskeller (best known as "The Rat") was a popular hang out in the 80's and 90's.
Chickie's & Pete's was never located on High Street, however, in fall 2021 the Diner location will be transformed into the popular stadium eatery. Crab fry lovers rejoice!
Our school colors have been purple and gold since the days of West Chester State Normal School (1871).
Although some think the Green Library is named for its green roof (yay sustainability!), The Green Library is actually named after Francis Harvey Green, an English Professor from 1890-1920 at West Chester Normal School.
Aaaah, the number of campus buildings that can be found on the National Register of Historic Places…but not the number of National Championships.
Golden Rams have brought home 18 National Championships making them a top-ranked DII school.
Filled with books, workstations, articles, and resources, two is the number of libraries on campus. Golden Ram athletes have won way more than 2 championships.
Go green! Four isn't the number of National Championships, however, it is the number of on campus gardens. The newest garden, the Pigment and Dye Garden, grows plants which are used to make natural pigments, dyes, and art materials.
Although Philips is our most iconic building, it isn't our oldest.
So close! Built in 1899, Ruby Jones Hall is our second oldest building.
Anderson Hall was erected on campus in 1938, 46 years after Recitation Hall.
Built in 1892, Recitation Hall is our oldest building on campus.
Incorrect, but we appreciate the nod to one of WCU's favorite traditions, Banana Day.
Wayne Hall was built on the site of Camp Wayne, which was used for recruiting purposes during the Civil War. In 1943, the two cannons were donated to the town's WWII victory scrap pile.
You must be able to predict the future! Although a water fountain has never graced the Quad, one will be erected on campus on the corner of Rosedale Ave and High Street.
Nope! Trampolines weren't invented until 1934. Although a trampoline on the quad would be so fun!
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