To see Myers Hall standing gracefully in the center
of campus is to see Wittenberg’s symbol, its history and its tradition beautifully blended into one. But behind her
red-brick exterior dwells a storied past, complete with initiation ceremonies, famous people, ghostly tales, student pranks and devoted alumni.
Travel back in time and experience the Myers of yesteryear — its growth, its residents, its changes and the plans for its future.
“My first thoughts of Myers deal with images of a stately but aging structure located on a picturesque treed hillside — a creative subject for an artist to paint or a photographer to apply his skills in capturing the beauty of the illuminated pillars against a dark evening sky.”
— Bob Facklam ’59