- Laurie Mitchell, Wolf Tales recording: Wake County Alumni Society "Last Look at Harrelson Hall," 30 October 2015
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- This recording was conducted in Harrelson Hall on the campus of North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina, at a "Last Look at Harrelson" event hosted by the Wake County Alumni Society. The event was organized as a farewell tour of Harrelson Hall before its demolition in 2016. In the recording, Mitchell (‘04) discusses: taking classes in Harrelson Hall; challenges and functional issues of the building, including windowless rooms and inconveniently located women’s restroom; positive memories of professors who taught classes in Harrelson, including Akram Khater and Ana Gray; and appreciating the mid century modern design of Harrelson and its place as an iconic building on campus.
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