The Dining Hall
Located between the Archibald Library and the Theodore Marshall Art Center, this hall is primarily used by day students for breakfast or lunch. The boarding students primarily eat within their houses. A long room with a high ceiling, the walls are covered in dark wood paneling, with several paintings depicting the early days of the Academy. There are several tables, each with five to six seats, spread out across the room, with buffet counters settled at the sides of the hall.