This weekend, Gordon Library welcomes alumni, students, faculty, and staff visiting campus with both an event and an exhibit to enjoy!
On Friday, October 10,at 4 p.m. the translated memoirs of Gompei Kuwada, WPI 1893, WPI’s original “Goat Keeper” will be unveiled in a Book Talk in the Library’s 3rd floor FLIP space.
This open-to-all event is being sponsored by Alumni Relations and the library and will offer an opportunity to learn more about Gompei the person, as well as a chance to meet some of his descendants visiting campus from Japan!
Also on view in the Gladwin Gallery, Gordon Library Level G is the exhibit, Through a Student’s Eyes: 100 years of Student Life at WPI.
Curated by Sarah Conlin, WPI 2014, as part of her MQP, this awarding-winning display offers a look at life on campus from the day Boynton opened its doors through 1965. More than 60 photographs, documents, and objects are on view now through October 19. Don’t miss your chance to don your beanie one more time and take a walk through WPI’s past!