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  • Dr. Henry Armitage

    Well known and well liked across campus, Dr. Armitage (A.M. Miskatonic, Ph.D. Princeton, and Litt.D. Cambridge) has been director of the [[Orne Library]] since 1906, and knows its secrets better than anyone. A jovial man by nature, Armitage always has the …

  • Dr. Jeremy Manson

    The current head of the department, Dr. Manson is energetic, insightful, and well respected around campus. Manson eschews parapsychology as “a load of claptrap”. Manson specializes in abnormal psychology, and is conducting several pioneering surveys of …

  • Dr. Conrad Miller

    Chair of the biology department, Miller’s administrative work and heavy course load keep him from pursuing his own research.Miller arranges frequent guest seminars and lectures, as well as field study programs. A staunch proponent of interdisciplinary …

  • Dr. Percival "Percy" Lake

    31 years old, Lake’s extensive background in marine biology and paleontology won him a place on the forthcoming expedition to the Antarctic. Still considered a junior professor, Lake teaches a large number of introductory courses, and most department …

  • Dr. Jacob Handy

    A dedicated marine biologist, Dr. Handy is the director of the Woods Hole Research Post. His repeated frustrations with the Post’s budget constraints, coupled with the steady increase is his teaching load, have left him embittered with his position. …

  • Dr. Homer Winside

    The senior member of the botany faculty, Dr. Winside personally maintains the department’s greenhouse. Originally a protégé of Professor Harold Dinsdale (now retired), Winside is a veteran of many field expeditions. He has built an extensive collection of …

  • Dr. Robert Angley

    The most junior member in the botany department, Angley has raised eyebrows around Arkham with his active opposition to the proposed reservoir project. The young man adopted his radical stance after a detailed survey of the Gardner Farm and the region …

  • Dr. Chester Armwright

    Dean of the College and Director of the School: a graduate of M.U., he was acquainted with Herbert West in medical school, just after the turn of the century. A gifted pathologist, Armwright has educated doctors who now practice all over New England, and …

  • Dr. Aaron Thurber

    Omnipresent within the School of Medicine, Dr. Thurber teaches several introductory courses on pathology in addition to presently being the acting director of the school. Always friendly, the entire school sees Thurber as a surrogate grandfather, and his …

  • Dr. Morton Waldron

    The oldest son of campus physician Cecil Waldron, Dr. Waldron teaches anatomy and surgery. Waldron received his M.D. from Harvard Medical School, and strives every semester to be harder on his students than his instructors were on him. Cold, efficient, …

  • Dr. Richard Porter

    Chairman of the School of Law for the last fifteen years, Dr. Porter is the undisputed master of his domain. Cold, aloof, and formidable to his students, his attention to details and rigorous grading practices are legendary. Porter is a firm believer that …

  • Alex Warden

    The teacher students are most likely to have for their introductory courses, Warden tends to gloss over Freud and dwell overlong on Jungian philosophy and theory. A champion of parapsychology, Warden often presses radical proposals like mass …

  • Dr. Wingate Peaslee

    Son of economist and Professor Emeritus Nathaniel Wingate Peaslee, Wingate is the only member of the elder Peaslee’s family who did not desert his father after Nathaniel’s strange psychological attack. His father’s problems led young Wingate, now in his …