The Maine Campus
Much interest has been shown this year in the Practice House maintained by the Home Economics seniors. Because of the Smith-Hughes Act it was found necessary to require a certain amount of work in household management. Accordingly North Hall, formerly the Phi Epsilon Phi Fraternity House, was taken over by the Home Economics Department. NOTE: North Hall also served as the university's infirmary and as the Theta Epsilon House. The building later became the Charles E. Crossland Alumni Center and went on to house Franco-American Programs.
The Maine Campus, "Much Interest Shown in Economics Practice House" (1920). Social Justice: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. 572.
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