"There's No Place Like Home"
For more than 80 years, the campus of Caldwell University has felt like home to students and staff alike. Now that we are faced with a global pandemic and have been adjusting to life away from campus, it seems fitting to take a look back through the history of the place that so many have called "home."
View the exhibit here.
On display now in the Jennings Library:
Celebrating Sister Vivien Jennings, O.P.
Photographs, memorabilia and selected writings of Sister Vivien can be seen along the library ramp as well as in the display case in the library lobby.
2017: "The Melody of Our Carefree Days": Caldwell in the 1940s
September, 2016: "A Whirlpool of Excitement:" Fall Traditions on Campus, 1942-1992
April, 2016: "Our Lovely Queen of May": Spring Festivals at Caldwell, 1943-1966
March, 2016: "God Will Bless the College": The Founding of Caldwell
February, 2016: Entertainment on the Hill: Performances at Caldwell College in the 1970s and 1980s
December, 2015: "Community Celebrations Crown Caldwell Christmastide": Christmas Traditions at Caldwell
October, 2015: "Let's Make it Our War, Too": Caldwell College During WWII
September, 2015: "Dear Freshman": Advice Given to Incoming Students Over the Decades
March, 2015: Founder's Day Exhibit
September, 2014: "The College on the Hill" Exhibition and Alumni Memorabilia Display