Cordiner Hall

Cordiner HallCordiner Hall is the main auditorium for the Whitman campus. The building is used for commencement and convocation ceremonies, speeches, and general concerts. Famous people, such as famous piano musician George Winston, former Haiti President Jean Bertrand Aristide, and basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar have graced Cordiner Hall within recent memory. The auditorium's famous acoustics are highly popular with musicians of all styles, ranging from alternative bands to the local Walla Walla symphony.

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