Cook Villages 248
Opened in fall 2013, Cook Village can house 60 students in four townhouse-style apartments. The apartments are placed in a “U” design that allows for a shared quadrangle-style courtyard.
Each unit is between 4,800 and 4,900 square feet and is air conditioned.
- Extra-long twin beds that can be bunked
- Desks and chairs
- Coffee table
- Dining table and chairs
Cook Village was made possible in part by a major gift from the Peter C. and Emajean Cook Foundation and was named after Thomas M. Cook and Ryan T. Cook, their son and grandson, respectively.
Culture, Commerce and Criticism explores how artists in Western culture have used prints over the past five centuries as vehicles to transmit knowledge, generate income and critique current events.
- Free Admission
- Kruizenga Art Museum