McGlothlin-Street Hall

McGlothlin Street Hall

McGlothlin-Street Hall, also referred to as MS, serves as an academic building with the goal to continue E&H’s long tradition for scientific excellence. Among the college’s alumni are Edward C. Huffaker (class of 1880), who joined the Wright brothers in their flight experiments near Kitty Hawk, N.C., and Robert Humphrey (class of 1889), who was a researcher for Standard Oil and developed the thermal method of cracking petroleum hydrocarbons to produce gasoline. The college also boasts more than 25 alumni who were among the group of NASA scientists who helped send Alan Shepherd into space in 1961.

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