Dalrymple

Function: Classrooms, faculty and student offices

Dalrymple is a veritable rabbit warren of sunny classrooms, faculty offices, and seminar rooms. The site of most humanities and social studies classes, it's a hub of campus activities during the day. The building is named for Luke Dalrymple, the college’s handyman who, with help from students and faculty, converted it from a big hay barn back in 1947. It recently received new windows and other renovations, making it perhaps the most energy-efficient former hay barn in Vermont.

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Dalrymple

Dalrymple was Marlboro's first, and for many years only, classroom building. It is named for Luke Dalrymple, the college maintenance man who oversaw the students and faculty who converted it from a barn in 1947. Today most classes at Marlboro are comprised of fewer than 10 students, and many take place in faculty offices in Dalrymple.

Outside of Dalrymple

The Lights of Dalrymple

Dalrymple (Backside)

Group Tutorial in Dalrymple

Student in Front of Dalrymple

Dalrymple from the Library Balcony