Exterior of Baird-McClinktock residence hall.

At the close of the event, Toutkaldjian led the group into the barn for smoothie recipes and samples.

Constructed in the 1960ā€™s, Baird-McClintock today is a mixed-class year residence hall. BDMC contains rooms in the ā€œSā€ shape and accommodates two, three, or four students. It is home to approximately 120 students and has various lounge spaces, a laundry area, and kitchen facilities. This building is located on the west side of campus between the HUB and the Kline Center. 

Baird-McClintock is named for Named for John McClintock and Spencer Fullerton Baird. McClintock, an American theologian and educator, joined the Dickinson College faculty in Carlisle, Pennsylvania in 1836 as a professor of mathematics and later taught Greek and Latin.  In 1847, the town of Carlisle charged him with inciting a riot over slavery. He was tried in the county court and acquitted.  Though he resigned from the College, McClintock did not cut all ties with the College and served as a trustee from 1849 to 1859.  He also maintained his intellectual career, publishing many educational volumes and texts, especially in classical and theological literature. 

Spencer Fullerton Baird, American zoologist, was offered a teaching position at Dickinson College in 1845 as professor of natural history, and became popular among the students for his practice of taking the young men out into the field to study the natural world. He became chair of both the departments of natural history and chemistry in 1848. Throughout his time as professor, Baird continued to write on subjects of natural history. He quickly became a respected ornithologist, zoologist, and naturalist.  Baird later became the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. He served as Director of the National Museum from its founding until his death, and he served as Secretary of the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences. 

Interiors & Furnishings 

Walls: Cinderblock or drywall; exposed stone in some ground floor suites

Floors: Carpeted hallways; vinyl tile/sheet vinyl in bedrooms

Furniture: Each student will have a bunkable bed that can be adjusted (or flipped) for height, a dresser, a desk, desk chair, and a bookcase. Closets are built in and not moveable. Soft seating is available in building lounges. 

A/C: Central 

Kitchen Facilities: Common kitchen, including sink, refrigerator/freezer, & stove/oven.

Cleaning: Bathrooms cleaned daily; Showers cleaned weekly (Traditional rooms)

Cleaning: Bathrooms & showers cleaned weekly (Suite-style rooms) 

Baird-McClintock Room Dimensions