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Curious because it seems damn near impossible not to plus with the addition onto Wells it may never be done again if it has been.
Wells was originally constructed in 1877 so anyone that graduated prior to 1877 did.
I would guess if you came in with all your math credits then you would have a pretty good shot
Nope. I never had a class there but I did have a surprising amount of classes in Akers.
I don't think any classes were held in that Wells or its successor (1907-1966), both of which were dorms.
Wells, there you go.
The original Wells Hall.
I've only had 2 there in my 4 years.
I never did, had all Math credits though.
Two classes in two semesters.
Why was it designed to look like Bo Ryan's fortress of evil?
We may never know. If you like history, here's a link to the history of the three Wells halls that have been on campus.
A Brief History of East Lansing, Michigan: including the historic buildings, houses, and neighborhoods of East Lansing; and a timeline of campus and building development at Michigan Agricultural College, Michigan State College, and Michigan State University.
My Econ classes were in Wells, too. I also had English classes there also. Spent way too much time in that damn building, probably my least favorite building on campus academic-wise. I would walk in and just feel the horrible stench of being packed into a huge classroom and being bored out of my mind, and taking exams while all these henchmen would walk up and down the aisles and look at you as if you were in Guantanamo.
What is that, a Titleist? A hole in one...
I thought all math classes were there. I had 3.
Post as if your wife was sitting on my lap.
Nope, none in wells. Though I did work there. Does that count?
Never stepped foot in Wells. Transfered over after my first year and did not take math at MSU.
i took lots of classes in wells, since it was so close to south complex.
Stupid Stats class...
Some of my Spartan artwork and Keebdaddy!
Took Statistics there. I had alot of exams that would have to be taken there. Took Calc in either Wilson or Wonders.
If I hadn't needed stats for my econ degree, I would have.
No... But I probably cut more class there than anywhere else.
I definitely had a math class in Ag. hall. I think all of the rest I had were in wells though. Also Barry Stein's war & revolution class.
You dodged a bullet.
Yeah, every class I had at Wells, I hated with a passion. Every single one.
I only had a stats recitation at Wells. It was led by a Korean grad student who barely spoke english.
I've been in Wells more times to piss before football games than for actual classes.
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