Hassell Hall, housing the Music Department, was a gift of the Hassell Family of Clifton, Tennessee, and other friends and alumni of Rhodes. It contains the Tuthill Performance Hall, dedicated in 2003 and named in memory of Burnet C. Tuthill, the College’s first Director of Music. The building was dedicated on April 27, 1984. Hassell Hall contains practice rooms, faculty studios and offices, a music technology lab, and classrooms.
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|25-Aug-2005||Hassell Hall||Hanbury Evans|
|27-Apr-1984||Hassell Hall dedication ceremony||-|
|1982||Frame of Hassell Hall during construction||-|
|1984||Hassell Hall fron the southeast||-|
|1984||Early image of Hassell Hall||-|
|1983||Hassell Hall front entrance||-|
|1982||Early construction of Hassell Hall||Sweeney, Terry|
|1983||Hassell Hall nearing completion||Sweeney, Terry|
|27-Apr-1984||Hassell Hall Dedication ceremony||Sweeney, Terry|
|1984||Hassell Hall in 1984||Sweeney, Terry|
|2003||Hassell Hall||Ullery, Kurt|
|4-Apr-2004||Hassell Hall Front Entrance||-|