Coming Home: Then and Now

In 1972, when Southern was still Southern Missionary College and Four Corners was a simple four-way stop, the yearbook staff documented the drive from I-75 to campus. While the last 46 years have brought significant change and growth to the surrounding area and to the school, travelers can still find familiar landmarks, such as the gas station at the intersection of Old Lee Highway and Apison Pike, and the iconic columns of Wright Hall. See how these photos compare to your time at Southern!