Hebe Hall


Located between Kilham and Metcalf residence halls, Hebe Hall is home to the Office of Human Resources, which supports the college’s staff and faculty with numerous programs and resources. The main entrance to the building, through a shaded courtyard, is guarded by a large bronze statue of Hebe, the Greek goddess of youth and “cupbearer to the gods,” who is meant to represent the spirit of Wheaton: to be of service. The statue is occasionally dressed up for special occasions, particularly around Senior Week. Built in 1933, the building originally featured 13 parlors where students could entertain their guests.

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