Tingelstad Hall is an eight-story dormitory built in 1967. It is named for O.A. Tingelstad, college president from 1928 to 1943
Back of photo: Tingelstad Hall
Tingelstad Hall is named for O.A. Tingelstad, college president from 1928 to 1943. It was built as a residence hall in 1967.
Back of photo: Tinglestad Hall
Students use the lounge at Tingelstad Hall.
Tingelstad Hall marker, 1967-1968
Saga 1972, p. 286-287. Caption: "Cascade Dorm officers (left to right), Row 1: DeDe Finlayson, Dean Stafford. Row 2: Juanita Sletten, Randi Leighton, Jim Hammond, Ron Smart, Char Stenseth."
Saga 1972, p. 286-287. Caption: "Cascade decided to break the routine of things a bit with a dorm dinner held in early March."
3 foreign exchange students standing outside Tingelstad Hall
Students admiring sculpture Tingelstad Hall.
Interior view of Tingelstad Hall.