People tend to check in during these times:
Named after Dr. William Curry Holden (the museum's 1st director), & current home to the Graduate School, Arts & Sciences, Research Services & Social Sciences, HH was originally home to the Museum of TTU. HH now houses classrooms & offices for the Dept. of Sociology, Anthropology, & Social Work
Pioneer Mural by Peter Hurd
Freedom of Youth by Rosie Sandifer
Getting an ejumakashun.
The basement snack machine will give you two nature valley bars!
The thermometers in Holden have minds all their own. You can go into one classroom and be freezing while the class right next door is hotter than a Texas summer. So be smart and dress in layers!
This place needs an update!
Visit the Learning Center, in Room 80 in the basement, for free tutoring. There is also peer mentoring on things like note taking, study skills, and more!
The most confusing building on campus.... There are floor plans hanging around some of the walls.. Use them!
The courtyard smells like a zoo. Avoid at all costs.
Go to class! Your GPA will thank you.
Peter Hurd, a native of Roswell, NM, left behind a poignant tribute to the hardy South Plains pioneers in the fresco mural painted for the walls of the rotunda. Imagine being a pioneer in those days.
If you're in the basement use wifi to surf the web, etc.
Enjoy the fountain in the courtyard at night. The exterior lights are dim and the bubbling water is calming. Great place to reflect.
Nice courtyard area between classes and offices
Whoever numbered the rooms in this building was an asshole
the wind is insane in the courtyard today!
The birds won't hesitate to drop bombs in the courtyard, so watch your head:)
Cell phone reception here sucks!
They're workin on the door by the fountain. Wear a helmet
do the surveying homework in class or u will never do it
Do NOT take go to the 3rd floor....
Bring your ski/winter gear!