The Cox Wing at Cap and Gown Club
At Cap and Gown Homecoming on November 11, 2017, Tom Fleming, our Graduate Board Chair, announced the approval of one last major building project for Cap and Gown – a Garden Study Room along the Roper Lane side of the club. Thanks to the generosity of Howard Cox '64, this unique addition to the
Cap and Gown Club will henceforth be known as the Cox Wing!
The Cox Wing will be a beautiful garden-study room addition with sliding glass walls that call be fully opened on warm days, and a gas fireplace for warmth and atmosphere in the winter. The addition will be used for expanded dining for our biggest events – House Parties, Winter Formals, Reunions, Graduation. We currently rent large tents to expand our capacity for these events at a cost of more than $30,000 a year. Our expanded capacity will increase rental income for weddings and other special events. We will be expanding our space below-ground as well, to comply with more stringent fire codes, and also to create a Dennis Normile Staff Room dedicated to our incomparable club manager for the past 38 years and our dedicated staff.
To learn more about this exciting project and the plans, go to The Cox Wing.
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The History of Cap and Gown from 1951 - 2015 was published in commemoration of the club's 125th anniversary. This beautiful full-color book includes memories and tales of Cap members, section by section, with special sections on the history of the clubhouse, the greatest prank of all time, and coeducation.
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