National Geographic : 1950 May
© National Geographic Society A On the University's Sun-flecked Range a Student Wrestles with Tough French Verbs Most highly coveted of student quarters are rooms in the Jefferson-designed Ranges (background) and the Lawn facing the Rotunda (page 586). Until recently only Virginians occupied them, but now they are allotted by scholastic standing and leadership. Kodachronmes by Anne Revis 4 West Range Sheltered Noted Students Edgar Allan Poe and Woodrow Wilson Appropriately, the University's Raven Society meets in the gifted writer's room, No. 13, behind the men in the rocking chairs. In the arcaded corridor, outside No. 31's green shutters, a plaque reads, "In this room lived Woodrow Wilson, 1879 to 1881."