University of Notre Dame residence halls

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There are currently 33 undergraduate residence halls at the University of Notre Dame, including 32 active residence halls and Zahm Hall, which serves as a transition dorm when residence halls undergo construction. Several of the halls are historic buildings which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [1] Each residence hall is single-sex, with 17 all-male residence halls and 14 all-female residence halls. [2] Notre Dame residence halls feature a mixed residential college and house system, where residence halls are the center of the student life and some academic teaching; most students stay at the same hall for most of their undergraduate studies. [3] [4] [5] Each hall has its own traditions, events, mascot, sports teams, shield, motto, and dorm pride. [6] [7] [8] The university also hosts Old College, an undergraduate residence for students preparing for the priesthood.

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Notre Dame has an undergraduate hall system which blends the residential college system and the house system. [9] [5] All first-year students are placed in one of the 31 halls upon enrollment, and students rarely switch halls. Each hall has its own spirit, tradition, mascot, sport teams, events, dances and reputation. Approximately 80% of undergraduate students live on campus, and often a student lives in the same dorm for the entirety of their undergraduate career. [10] A huge segment of student life happens through residence halls and students develop a particular attachment to their undergraduate hall. Each residence hall is directed by one Rector with the assistance of two Assistant Rectors and a variable number of Resident Assistants (from 4 to 9). Every residence hall has a chapel where Mass is held multiple time per week, fields a variety of intramural sports teams, elects one senator to represent the dorm in Student Government, and elects a president and vice president(s) which work through the Hall Presidents Council (HPC) student organization. Interhall football between Notre Dame male dorms is the only interhall tackle football which has remained at any US university. [11] Notre Dame residence halls are the center of the campus student life, and each one hosts signature events, like the Keenan Revue, [12] the Zahm Hall Bun run, [13] Fisher Regatta, [14] the Siegfried Day of Man, The Dillon Hall Pep Rally [15] [16] and many others. Each dorm has its own architectural features, some of which were designed by famous architects such as Willoughby J. Edbrooke, Maginnis & Walsh and Thomas Ellerbe, and each hall has a chapel dedicated to the Hall's patron saint. [17]

With the exception of Carroll Hall, the residence halls are split among six main segments of the campus: Main (God) Quad, South Quad, North Quad, Mod Quad, West Quad, and East Quad. (Carroll has its own lawn, by Saint Mary's Lake, informally called "Far Quad.") All first-year students are not only guaranteed on-campus housing, but are required to reside on campus for at least six semesters, starting with the Class of 2022. [8] Many of the halls were inserted in 1973 on the National Register of Historic Places. [18] [1]

List

Residence hallSexEstablishedQuadCapacityColorsChapelMascotMotto
Arms of Alumni.svg Alumni Hall
[19]
Male1931South Quad225 [20] Green and white    St. Charles BorromeoDawgs (ΔΩΓ)"Succisa Virescit"
Arms of Badin.svg Badin Hall [21] Female1897 (1917 a dorm)South Quad140 [22] Green and white    St. StephenBullfrogs [23]
Baumer Hall Male2019West Quad250Burgundy and gold    St. Martin de PorresBuccaneersPer Ardua ad Spes
Arms of Breen-Phillips.svg Breen-Phillips Hall [24] Female1939North Quad192 [25] Blue and pink    St. Francis of AssisiBabes
Arms of Carroll.svg Carroll Hall [26] Male1906 (1967 as a dorm)Far Quad102 [27] Crimson and gold    St. André BessetteVerminAll are most welcome.
Arms of Cavanaugh.svg Cavanaugh Hall [28] Female1936North Quad211 [29] Green and purple    The Holy SpiritChaos
Arms of Dillon.svg Dillon Hall [30] Male1931South Quad290 [31] Red and black    St. PatrickBig Red"Smartest, Strongest, Humblest" and "It's OK to be jealous."
Arms of Duncan.svg Duncan Hall [32] Male2008West Quad232Green and navy    St. Walter of PontoiseHighlandersCommunitas, Fraternitas, Observantia
Arms of Dunne.svg Dunne Hall Male2016East Quad221Quad Green, Hesburgh Blue and Stonehenge Gray      Bl. Basil MoreauSentinelsPotentia Videre, Fortitudo Agere
Arms of Farley.svg Farley Hall [33] Female1947North Quad216Teal and yellow    St. John the EvangelistFinestCome Share Life
Arms of Fisher Hall.svg Fisher Hall [34] Male1952South Quad183Green and white    St. Paul the ApostleGreen Wave"All Are Welcome In This Place"
Arms of Flaherty Hall.svg Flaherty Hall Female2016East Quad226Lavender and Navy    Mary Queen of AngelsBearsFortuna Audaces Juvat
Arms of Howard.svg Howard Hall [35] Female1924South Quad154Yellow and green    The Immaculate Conception of Our Lady of LourdesDucks
Johnson Family HallFemale2020East Quad225Blue and white    St. Teresa of CalcuttaValkyries
Keenan.svg Keenan Hall [36] Male1957North Quad256Navy and white    Holy CrossKnightsFratres in Christo
Arms of Keough.svg Keough Hall [37] Male1996West Quad271Blue and red    Our Lady of GuadalupeKangaroosBrothers, Scholars, Champions
Arms of Knott.svg Knott Hall [38] Male1988Mod Quad240Orange and blue    St. Elizabeth Ann SetonJuggerknotts
Arms of Lewis.svg Lewis Hall [39] Female1965Main (God) Quad279Blue and yellow    St. Teresa of ÁvilaChicks
Arms of Lyons Hall.svg Lyons Hall [40] Female1925South Quad183Black and gold    All Souls'LionsBenignitas, Indulgentia, Sacrificium
Arms of McGlinn.svg McGlinn Hall [41] Female1997West Quad284Green and white    St. Bridgit of KildareShamrocks
Arms of Morrissey.svg Morrissey Hall [42] Male1925South Quad232Black and gold    St. Thérèse of LisieuxThe ManorBonum Jucundumque Habitare Fratres
Arms of ONeill.svg O'Neill Family Hall [43] Male1996West Quad266Blue and silver    St. Joseph the WorkerAngry MobFratres in Unum
Pangborn HallMale1955South Quad175Teal and Orange    Anunciation of Our LadyPelicans
Arms of Pasquerilla East.svg Pasquerilla East Hall [44] Female1981Mod Quad256Red and black    St. Catherine of SienaPyros
Arms of Pasquerilla West.svg Pasquerilla West Hall [45] Female1981Mod Quad258Purple and white    St. Clare of AssisiPurple Weasels
Arms of Ryan.svg Ryan Hall [46] Female2009West Quad267Turquoise and white    St. AnneWildcatsRyan go Bragh
Arms of Saint Edwards Hall.svg St. Edward's Hall [47] Male1882 (as a dorm in 1929)Main (God) Quad158Green and gold    St. Edward the ConfessorGentlemenFor Hall and King
Arms of Siegfried.svg Siegfried Hall [48] Male1988Mod Quad240Maroon and gray    Our Lady, Seat of WisdomRamblers
Arms of Sorin Hall.svg Sorin Hall [49] Male1888Main (God) Quad146Blue and gold    St. Thomas AquinasOttersFrater Pro Fratre
Arms of Stanford Hall.svg Stanford Hall [50] Male1957North Quad234Green and gold    Holy CrossGriffinsAuri Custos
Arms of Walsh.svg Walsh Hall [51] Female1909Main (God) Quad190Navy and light blue    Our Lady of the VisitationWild WomenStrong. Free. W.I.L.D.
Arms of Welsh Family.svg Welsh Family Hall [52] Female1997West Quad281Light blue, navy, and salmon     St. Kateri TekakwithaWhirlwindsFaith, Family, Friends
Arms of Zahm.svg Zahm Hall [53] Male1937North Quad202Red and black    St. Albert the GreatZahmbies, Ignats the MooseVenite et apparete aliquid

Defunct Residences

Residence hallSexQuadEstablishedDisestablishedNickname
Corby Hall [54] MaleGod Quad1895 (1899 as dorm)1936 (became priests' residence)He-Men
Flanner Hall [55] MaleMod Quad19691997 (became office space)The Gamecocks
Freshman HallMaleNorth Quad19221940 (demolished)
Grace Hall [56] MaleMod Quad19691996 (became office space)The Grace Lightning
Sophomore HallMaleNorth Quad19231932 (demolished)Fighting Sophs, Maroon Horde

Alumni Hall

Badin Hall

Baumer Hall

Breen-Phillips Hall

Breen-Phillips Hall
Residence Hall
University of Notre Dame
Arms of Breen-Phillips.svg
Campus quadNorth
NicknameB-P
MottoLand of the Free, Home of the Babes
Established1939
Named forWilliam P. Breen and Frank B. Phillips
Architect Maginnis and Walsh
Architectural styleVernacular collegiate gothic
ColorsBlue and pink    
GenderFemale
RectorAngela Hollar
Undergraduates200
Postgraduates2
Chapel Saint Francis of Assisi
MascotBabes
Charities American Diabetes Association, Meals on Wheels, Hoops for Hope
Major eventsBathrobe Breakfast, Meal Auction
Website Site

Breen-Phillips hall is on North Quad, between Farley Hall, Geddes Hall, and the Hesburgh Library. Established in 1939, it hosts 200 students.

History

In the 1930s, enrollment at Notre Dame was increasing by about one hundred a year, but on campus space was limited. [57] This both forced students to live far from campus and was a loss of potential room and board income for the university. [58] President John Francis O'Hara decided to build three new residence halls to remedy this problem: Cavanaugh in 1936, Zahm in 1937, and Breen-Phillips in 1939. [59] [60] [61] These three dormitories were intended to comprise a new quadrandrangle, then named Freshman Quad, presently North Quad. [61] In order to accommodate these buildings it was necessary to demolish Freshman and Sophomore Halls (which were low quality temporary structures) and the east wing of St. Edward's Hall. Breen-Phillips was built on the east end of the Fieldhouse and formed the eastern edge of the new North Quad. [58] [57] [61] Groundbreaking took place on March 27, construction started May 5, and the cornerstone was laid May 5, 1939 and blessed by president O'Hara and superior general James A Burns. [62] [63] [64] [59] It was built in collegiate Gothic style (although less elaborate and ornate than Alumni and Dillon) by Boston-based architects Maginnis and Walsh, who worked on several other projects at Notre Dame. [58] [65] [61] It was built in 165 days, and it was ready to host 185 freshmen on September 12 and its first rector was Rev. George Holderith, CSC. [66] [59] [67]

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Breen-Phillips

Construction cost more than $300,000 and was donated by brothers-in-law benefactors attorney William P. Breen (class of 1877) and banker Frank B. Phillips (class of 1880), both from Fort Wayne. [68] [64] [69] [70] [59] [60] The university received $400,000 as a beneficiary of their estates after their passing. [61] Breen, who was admitted to the Indiana bar in 1879, was member of the firm Breen & Morris, member of the American Bar Association and of the Indiana Bar Association, of which he was president 1903–1904. [71] He was also director of the Notre Dame Board of Trustees, president of the Alumni Association in 1908–1909, and benefactor of the Breen Medal for oratory. [72]

Originally, it was a Freshman hall and it hosted the athletics department on its first floor, including the football coach Frank Leahy's office, and the football ticket office. [73] [66] [74] Moose Kraus' office was also hosted in Breen-Phillips. [75] The athletic office moved in late August 1939. [59] It was previously housed in the Main Building. [76] The football office was moved from Breen-Phillips to Rockne Memorial in Match 1959. [77]

It hosted naval officers during World War II when the university was used by the Navy for training purposes. [68] [78] During the 1960s the dorm was known as Stalag B-P, a riff on the 1953 film Stalag 17 about a German prisoner-of-war camp during World War II, in reference to the strictness of the rector of the time, who was also of German descent. [79] In 1963, the residents of the second floor of Breen-Phillips embarked in an in-hall marathon, and for 2 days straight walked up and down their hall while tiddlywinking for a total distance of 50 miles. [80] [81] [82]

It was converted in a female dorm in 1973. [83] [84] Renovations for the transition to a woman's dorm included increased storage facilities and more washing and drying equipment. [85] [86] [87] The addition of Badin as a women's dorm, together with Farley Hall, was a major step towards coeducation, increasing the female population from 360 to 775. [86] [87] It underwent major renovations. [88] In 2014 it celebrated its 75th anniversary with a series of events. [89]

The Sister Mary Catherine McNamara served as rector from 2012 to 2018, and she held Bachelor of Science from St. John College of Cleveland and a Master of Science in Education from the University of Akron. [90] The current rector is Angie Hollar, a Mishawaka native who earned a bachelor's degree in Social Work from Saint Mary's College in 2011 and then entered the Advanced Standing Master of Social Work program at the University of Pennsylvania, followed by a Master of Divinity degree at the Jesuit School of Theology at Santa Clara University. [91]

Description

The hall is a four-story brick building built in vernacular collegiate gothic architecture, but without elaborate decorations found in other neo-gothic buildings such as Alumni or Morrissey. [58] The basement features a 24-Hour Hang-Out Space (the Pen), a Kitchen, a Study room, a Pink 'cafe' room (mainly used for studying and meetings). a Workout room (treadmills, ellipticals, weights, etc.), a Laundry room, and a Movie room (movies, TV, & books!). The chapel, dedicated to Francis of Assisi, is located on the 1st floor. [92] It has entrances on each side of the building, facing Farley Hall, North Quad, and the Fieldhouse mall. It is staffed by one rector, two assistant rectors, and six resident assistants, one for each of the six sections. [92]

Traditions

The nickname was once the Banshees, [68] but this was changed to Babes after the 1998 movie Babe: Pig in the City . [79] This was also a nod to a recurring joke about Breen-Phillips as "the overweight dorm" on the Keenan Revue. This joke originated when off-campus ice cream eatery started a promotional contest among dorms with a prize for the dorm that ordered the most ice-cream. When resident of Keenan Hall went to the shop, they said they were from B-P instead, leading to a landslide victory for BP in the contest and the reputation as ice-cream devourers. [79] [93]

A traditional event of B-P is the Bathrobe Breakfast, when the ladies of B.P. have their lunch at the dining hall in their pajamas. Another signature event is the B-P Meal Auction, which raises money for Meals on Wheels. [94] [95] The coat of arms is based on the family shield of the Breen and Phillips families, with the colors adapted to match those of the hall and the lion was changed into a pig, the mascot of Breen-Phillips hall.

Notable residents

Carroll Hall

Carroll Hall
Caroll coat of arms.svg
Campus quadSouth
MottoAll are most welcome.
Established1906
Named for Charles Carroll of Carrollton
ArchitectBr. Charles Borromeo Harding
ColorsCrimson and gold    
GenderMale
RectorEric T. Styles
Undergraduates102
Postgraduates2 (serving as Assistant Rectors)
ChapelSt. André Bessette
MascotVermin
Interhall sportsBaseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, dodgeball, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, racquetball, soccer, table tennis, tennis, volleyball
CharitiesBoys & Girls Clubs of St. Joseph County
Major eventsA Carroll Christmas, Lakeside Music Festival (w/ Badin), Volley For Vets (w/ Lyons), Carroll Masters, as well as a student favorite, Limeweek.
Carroll Hall
USA Indiana location map.svg
Red pog.svg
Location Notre Dame, Indiana
Coordinates 41°42′08″N86°14′52″W / 41.7021°N 86.2478°W / 41.7021; -86.2478 (Carroll Hall)
Built1906 [100]
ArchitectBr. Charles Borromeo Harding, CSC [100]
Architectural style Collegiate Gothic
Part of University of Notre Dame: Main and South Quadrangles (ID78000053)
Added to NRHPMay 23, 1978
Website http://carrollhall.nd.edu

Carroll Hall is one of the 32 Residence Halls at the University of Notre Dame. Carroll is located on the shores of St. Mary's Lake, and is the smallest of the residence halls, housing around 100 undergraduates. [101]

Built in 1906, it initially served as novitiate for the Brothers of the Congregation of Holy Cross and was known as "Dujarie Institute", before being sold to the University of Notre Dame and converted into a residence hall in 1966. [102] [103] [104] [105] Its mascot is the Vermin, and its colors are crimson and gold. [106] [107] The coat of arms is based on the Carroll family, adapted to the dorm colors. [108] The hall is named after Charles Carroll, Founding Father and the only Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence. [109] Its current rector is Eric T. Styles.

History

Charles Carroll of Carrollton, namesake of Carroll Hall Charles Carroll of Carrollton - Michael Laty.jpg
Charles Carroll of Carrollton, namesake of Carroll Hall

Carroll Hall was constructed in 1906 by Brother Charles Borromeo Harding and christened "Dujarie Institute" after Jacques-François Dujarié. [105] [110] [111] [104] [112] The building was designed by Brother Charles Harding. [102] [113] The foundations were laid December 8, 1906 by the Congregation of Holy Cross Superior Giblert Francois and it was dedicated in an elaborate ceremony in August 1907 by Herman Joseph Alerding, bishop of Fort Wayne. [102] [114] [105] [113] [115] [116] Presiding the dedication, which included a mass and procession at the Sacred Heart Church, were Brothers Basil, CSC, and Boniface, CSC, who had entered the community sixty years earlier. [117] [115] [116] Dujarié had founded in 1820 the Brothers of St. Joseph, who eventually on August 31, 1835 came under the control of Basil Moreau, CSC, and they developed into the Brothers of the Congregation of Holy Cross. [118] [115]

From then, it was used as a seminary for the Brothers of Holy Cross, the Dujare institute or scholasticate, where the novitiates studies and lived before professing their final vows. [102] [114] [115] It hosted between 100 and 125 novitiates and featured an imposing exterior and inside it has class rooms, study halls, a dormitory, music hall, chapel, recreation rooms, dining hall, a kitchen and an interior heating plant. [102] [113] In 1920, Blessed Brother André Bessette lodged in the building, in room 306, a small plain chamber with white walls and a single window, which today has been incorporated in the suite occupied by the assistant rector. [119] [105]

In 1966, the Brothers sold the property to the University of Notre Dame, and in the fall of 1966 around a 100 students moved in, all juniors and seniors. [120] [121] [103] Rev. Thomas McDonagh CSC was its first rector. [122] In 1966, the building's name was changed to Carroll Hall, in honor of Charles Carroll. [123] [124] He is sometimes referred to as one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America, although he was not involved in framing the United States Constitution. He served as a delegate to the Continental Congress and Confederation Congress and later as first United States Senator for Maryland. He was the sole Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence. [125] Carroll was the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence, and the longest lived. [126] He was also the cousin of the first Catholic Bishop in the United States, Archbishop John Carroll, of which the University holds several memorabilia in the museum of the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. [127] [128] The Carroll family has had a huge impact in the history of Catholicism in the United States and Notre Dame. [129] According to a 1966 article in the South Bend Tribune, the hall was named for Archbishop John Carroll. [103] The name Carroll Hall had originally been given to a dormitory for approximately 350 boys 13–17 years old that was located in the west wing of the third floor of the Main Administration building, [130] [131] but it was suppressed in 1946 when the rooms were converted into office space and the name retired. [132] [133] [103]

Since 1966, Carroll has housed undergraduate male students, except briefly from 1970 until 1977, when it hosted graduate students. [134] Ever since Holy Cross Hall was demolished in 1990, Carroll has been the only undergraduate dormitory on a lake. In 1979, Carroll Hall student voted to abolish parietals, but were met by opposition from the university administration and Rev. Theodore Hesburgh. [135] The current rector is Eric T. Styles, from Chicago, who received a BFA in Electronic Media from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and an MA in Applied Philosophy from Loyola University Chicago. he previously worked at The Theatre School at DePaul University and in Campus Ministry at Saint Mary's University of Minnesota in Winona. [136]

Description

Carroll Hall lays on the southwest shores of St. Mary's Lake, from which it enjoys views of the Main Administration Building and the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, [115] [137] [106] [102] [117] in what is has been described as one of the prettiest spots on campus. [102] [114] [138] In front of the building is Carroll Lawn, also known as Far Quad, and hosts a sand volleyball court, and in between the hall and the lake is a basketball court. [139] [140] Carroll Hall has some of the largest rooms on campus, and has the smallest population. [141]

The hall is a five-story building in yellow Notre Dame brick, with classical decorations and a simple unadorned facade. [117] [102] [113] [142] Its architect was Br. Charles Borromeo Harding, who also worked on Crowley, St. Edward's, and Corby Halls, and also on the Basilica. [140] [102] [113] The first floor host mainly social spaces, with a large living room with portraits of past presidents, a kitchen, study rooms, the mailroom, and the chapel. The chapel is modern and simple, and is dedicated to St. André Bessette. [143] It hosts several modern stained windows and a wooden statue of the Pietà. [143] André Bessette stayed in Carroll Hall twice, in 1920 and 1927. [142] The basement hosts a laundry room, a fitness room, and storage and utility spaces. The upper floors hosts the dorm rooms, which are mostly singles, doubles, triples and quads. [144]

Traditions

Nicknamed the Vermin, Carroll Hall is known for its distance from the rest of campus, and is nicknamed 'Siberia' in the winter. It has the smallest populations of students and the largest rooms on campus. [145] [146] The distant location from the rest of the campus and the small size of the dorm, makes the community especially tight knit and has given rise to many traditions and unique features. [147] The Vermin nickname originated from the rodent population that infested the building between the departure of the brothers in 1966 and the arrival of undergrads the following year. [105]

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Carroll Hall and FarQuad seen from St. Mary's lake

Each year, before the first home football game, the approximately 35 First Years in Carroll dye their hair blond, in a tradition dubbed Vermin Go Gold, in support of the football team. [148] [147] On football Saturdays, the Hall's facade is draped with a huge banner displaying the text "GO IRISH". [149] [150] It is made out of 72 bed sheets, 52,000 staples, and 5 gallons of green paint, and it is raised up on Friday afternoons. [151] The tradition started in 2000, ahead of the football match against Nebraska. [105]

Started in 1998 and held on the first Friday of December, Carroll Christmas is one of Notre Dame's best known signature events and is Carroll's signature event. [152] [153] Events feature the lighting a 40-foot Christmas tree, performances from on-campus groups like the Glee Club and Humor Artists, Christmas carols from all the Vermin, horse-drawn carriages on Carroll Drive, dance parties, a giant "C" hanging on the facade, and paper luminaries. [154] [155] Carroll residents also dress up as Santa Claus, Mrs. Claus, and the elves to entertain the guests, which comprise around a 1000 students every year. [156] In recent years, Carroll Christmas has featured an appearance by ESPN College Gameday Analyst Digger Phelps, an extremely competitive cookie contest, and a horse-drawn carriage from LaFortune student center all the way to Carroll. Previously, into the mid-1990s, Carroll Hall held an annual haunted house on the Friday closest to Halloween. [146]

Since 2015 (as part of AnToastal), Carroll has launched the Lakeside Music Festival, which takes place in the spring and it includes music by many different campus groups, food, sports, and other activities, and it raises money for the Boys & Girls Club of St. Joseph's County. [157] Other events include Third Floor Abs, a fitness program that has spread throughout campus, and Friday cookouts, which take place on the FarQuad in front of the lake. Carroll Hall's charity efforts go towards helping Boys & Girls Club of St. Joseph's County, and Carroll residents volunteer to help kids with homework and provide school supplies. [158]

Notable residents

Cavanaugh Hall

Cavanaugh Hall
Arms of Cavanaugh.svg
Campus quadNorth
Established1936
Named forRev. John W. Cavanaugh, CSC
Architect Maginnis & Walsh
Architectural style Collegiate Gothic
ColorsGreen and purple    
GenderFemale
RectorJo Cecilio
Undergraduates200
Postgraduates2 (serving as Assistant Rectors)
Chapel Holy Spirit
MascotChaos
Interhall sportsFootball, soccer, volleyball
CharitiesHannah and Friends, St. Margaret's
Major eventsSnowball, Cavanaugh Corn Hole Tournament, Cavanaugh Open Ping Pong Tournament
Website Website

Cavanaugh Hall is located directly south of Zahm Hall and is directly north of LaFortune Student Center. Cavanaugh houses around 200 undergraduate students. Its central location gives the dorm a good view of the golden dome. The coat of arms is taken from the family arms of the Cavanaugh Family, with the colors adapted to match the green and purple of the hall. [161]

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Cavanaugh Hall

History

In the 1930s, enrollment at Notre Dame was increasing by about one hundred a year, but on campus space was limited. This both forced students to live far from campus and was a loss of potential room and board income for the university. [58] President John Francis O'Hara decided to build three new residence halls to remedy this problem: Cavanaugh in 1936, Zahm in 1937, and Breen-Phillips in 1939. In order to accommodate these buildings it was necessary to demolish Freshman and Sophomore Halls (which were low quality temporary structures) and the east wing of St. Edward's Hall. [58]

It was named after Notre Dame's fifth president, Rev. John W. Cavanaugh, who has died only a year earlier. [58] It was originally constructed to be the most northern and eastern building for the campus, however, this changed a year later when Zahm Hall was built. Architects were Maginnis and Walsh of Boston in a collegiate Gothic style, although less ornate and decorated than Alumni and Dillon Halls. [58] During World War II, Cavanaugh, along with four other dorms, housed naval officers-in-training. Father Matthew Miceli served as Rector of Cavanaugh Hall from 1963 to 1990, holding the record at the time as longest-serving Rector of the same residence hall. He was beloved by the residents and affectionately referred to as “The Mooch”. In 1994, with female enrollment to the university increasing, the dorm was converted to a female dorm. The chapel is dedicated to the Holy Spirit. [162]

The current rector is Jo Cecilio.

Traditions

In the 1980s, its residents were called the Cavemen, supposedly in recognition of its large, cavernous basement, but more likely because Cavemen has the same first three letters as the Hall's name. An attempt was made to change the name to the Crusaders in 1988. The name was changed to the Cavaliers in 1994 and then to the Chaos. [163] A tradition corn hole tournament is played every year, and many related activities take place in the preceding week. Mother-Daughter and Father-Daughter weekend are held alternatively in spring. Cavanaugh Hall has a rich community, and has been named "Back to Back Spirit Champs" for the past three years.

Notable residents

Dillon Hall

Duncan Hall

Duncan Hall
Arms of Duncan.svg
Campus quadWest
Established2008
Named forRaymond T. Duncan
ArchitectMackey Mitchell Architects
Architectural stylemodernist collegiate gothic vernacular
ColorsDuncan Tartan (blue and green)    
GenderMale
RectorNhat Nguyen
Undergraduates242
Postgraduates2 (serving as Assistant Rectors)
ChapelSt. Walter of Pontoise
MascotHighlanders
Interhall sportsBaseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, dodgeball, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, racquetball, soccer, table tennis, tennis, volleyball
Major eventsHighlander Highrise, Duncan Classic
Website http://www.nd.edu/~duncan/

Duncan Hall is the second newest male dorm on campus. It is located on West Quad, between McGlinn Hall and the Golf Course.

History

Duncan was built as the first of four new dorms built by the university to alleviate overcrowding in the existing residence halls. It was the first built since the completion of the original four West Quad dorms (Welsh Family, Keough, O'Neill, and McGlinn) in 1996/1997. It fills the space of former volleyball courts west of McGlinn Hall, filling the quad out to its western limit at Holy Cross Drive.

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Duncan Hall

Duncan Hall is named for its benefactor Raymond T. Duncan, Notre Dame class of 1952, a personal friend of Joe O'Neill, benefactor of O'Neill Family Hall (also on West Quad). The Duncan family has strong family ties to the University, including Duncan's father Walter (class of 1912), two of his brothers and two of his sons. [165]

The dorm broke ground in March 2007 and was completed in 17 months, on schedule, to be opened for its first residents during ordinary move-in in August 2008. Mackey Mitchell Architects was the designer of this project.

The dorm incorporates features such as super-quads, which include private bathrooms, and super-doubles with bay windows, as well as a study lounge and social space in every section, 24-hour space with a large kitchen that hosts a food-service business called the Highlander Grille, and a basement with an exercise room. [166] The rooms are larger than typical on-campus dorm rooms, and the dorm is generally viewed as relatively luxurious.

The inaugural freshman class was filled, as with any other dorm, by the random process of the Office of Residence Life and Housing. Residents from other three classes, however, were selected through a random lottery process six months prior to move-in, choosing 150 students from a voluntary applicant pool. [167]

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Duncan Hall

On Friday, October 3, 2008, Duncan Hall was formally dedicated, an event marked by a Mass in the chapel presided over by Fr. John Jenkins, University president, and attended by the Duncan family and distinguished guests as well as the dorm's residents and hall staff.

Traditions

The signature event of Duncan Hall is Highlander Highrise, a formal ball held on the 99th floor of Willis Tower in Chicago. [168] The Duncan Classic is a golf tournament held in the spring. Each class of first years participate in the Green Blazer Ceremony, where first year Highlanders receive a green sport coat embroidered with the Duncan Hall Crest, representing the class and unity the men of Duncan Hall share under the motto of Community, Brotherhood, and Respect.

Dunne Hall

Farley Hall

Farley Hall
Arms of Farley.svg
Location Notre Dame, Indiana, USA
Campus quadNorth Quad
Motto"Come share life!"
Established1947
Named forRev. John Farley, C.S.C.
ColorsTeal and yellow    
GenderFemale
RectorSarah Jesse
Undergraduates216
Chapel St. John the Evangelist
Mascot Finest
CharitiesSt. Luke's Tutoring Program
Major eventsPop Farley Week
Website Farley Hall website

Farley Hall is a female dorm. It is located on North Quad between Breen-Phillips Hall and North Dining Hall. [169] It was named after Rev. John "Pop" Falrey, C.S.C. [170]

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Farley Hall

History

After World War II, Notre Dame saw a large increase in its student population, partially due to the influx of veterans under the new G.I. Bill. A record 4,400 students attended in 1946. [171] To accommodate the increased population, president Hugh O'Donnell announced in 1946 the construction of a new hall north of Breen-Phillips, originally only known as "Project F", but later revealed to be named after John "Pop" Farley. [172] [173]

John "Pop" O' Farley was one of the most well-known and beloved Notre Dame figures at the time. [172] [174] A native of Paterson, in 1897 he came to Notre Dame to study for the priesthood. A very gifted athlete, he earned nine varsity monograms: four in football, four in baseball, and one in track. As a senior, he was the captain of the 1900 Notre Dame football team with a 6-3-1 record under head coach Pat O’Dea. He graduated in 1901, entered Holy Cross Seminary, and ordained a Holy Cross priest in 1907. He the remaining 32 of his life at Notre Dame, with the exception of some years at the University of Portland. [174] He served as the rector for Corby, Walsh, and Sorin Halls, where he gained a reputation as a strict disciplinarian and thanks to his track speed, he could chase rule breakers across the campus. He was known to patrol the streets of South Bend by driving the university's horse-powered “Skive Wagon.” Despite his gruff attitude and the fact he never taught classes or preached on campus, he was known as a great counselor for students and was much beloved and a campus favorite, and he earned the paternal nickname "Pop". [172] [175] [174] As a rector, he was hugely involved in his dorm's interhall sports competitions, and did not miss attending sports events even after his leg was amputated after he suffered a stroke in 1937. He died on January 15, 1939 and was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery. [176] In his honor, the Rev. John Francis "Pop" Farley, C.S.C. Award has been awarded since 1977 to university employees who distinguished themselves in service to students. [177]

Construction, which cost $730,000 began in the summer of 1946 and was concluded in time for the semester beginning September 1947. In February 1947, Rev. Joseph D. Barry, C.S.C. was announced as the first rector of the yet to be completed Farley Hall. Barry was known as the “front-line chaplain” who won the Silver Star and had landed in Sicily in July 1943 and was involved in battles at Salerno, Anzio, Southern France, and Germany with the 45th Army Division. [178]

Farley Hall offered a variety of rooms including singles, doubles, triples, and quads. The hall rectors for the 1948–49 academic year were reported in the September–October issue of the Notre Dame Alumnus magazine. Rev. Theodore Hesburgh was appointed as the new rector of Farley Hall for the 1948–1949 year, before being appointed later in 1948 as the executive vice president of the university. [179] Rev. Charles Sheedy, C.S.C. succeeded Father Hesburgh as rector for the 1949–50 academic year.

In 1965, together with Alumni and Dillon, it was the first dorm to try the "stay-hall" system, in which residents could stay all four years in the same hall rather than being divided by class as they were up until the 1960s. [180] Farley became one of the 5 original women's dorms in 1973 when the university opened its doors to women. Sr. Jean Lenz was the first female rector and wrote of her experiences in her book, Loyal Sons and Daughters. [181]

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Front of Farley Hall, giving on North Quad

Notable residents

Fisher Hall

Fisher Hall
Arms of Fisher Hall.svg
Campus quadSouth
Established1952
Named forFred Fisher
Architect Holabird, Root & Burgee
ColorsGreen and white    
GenderMale
RectorRichard Mazzei
Undergraduates184
Chapel Saint Paul
MascotGreen Wave
Interhall sportsBaseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, dodgeball, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, racquetball, soccer, table tennis, tennis, volleyball
CharitiesSt. Adelberts
Major eventsFisher Regatta, Fred and Sally Week
Website http://www.nd.edu/~fisher

Fisher Hall is a male dorm located on South Quad, between South Dining Hall and Pangborn Hall (University of Notre Dame).

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Fisher Hall

History

After World War II, Notre Dame saw a large increase in its student population, partially due to the influx of veterans under the new G.I. Bill. A record 4,400 students attended in 1946. [171] To accommodate the increased population, president John J Cavanaugh initiated the construction of Farley Hall. The hall, which cost $762,00, was made possible due a 1 million dollar donation by Sally Fisher in honor of her late husband, Fred J. Fisher, the first president of the Fisher Body Company in Detroit, and former member of the board of trustees. [182] The remaining money was allotted for financial aid for students. Originally it was meant to be built north of Falrey Hall (where the North Dining Hall stands today), but it was later changed to the present location. [183]

It was constructed in 1952 by Peter Schumacher and Sons Construction Co. of Mishawaka in the shape of a T. The original plans had to be adapted due to rising costs, and while the east wing was built with four floors, the west wing (containing the chapel) was only built to one floor, and the north–south wing only to two (although more were added later). [183] When it opened, it contained 120 single rooms and 18 doubles and a social lounge, study room, and recreation room, and it was reserved for upperclassmen. [183] It was flat roofed and not built in the traditional collegiate Gothic style of South Quad. [184]

Summer 2001 renovations included a new social space and a new chapel. Over the years, renovations to Fisher Hall have created a mix of single, double, and quad rooms. Fisher Hall contains more single rooms than most other dorms at Notre Dame, and consequently receives several students who "float" for singles from across campus.

Fisher's sister dorms are Howard and Badin. [185]

Traditions

Fisher Hall's signature event is the Fisher Regatta, hosted annually at the end of the spring semester. The regatta was founded by freshman Jay Farraher (class of 1990) in 1987. Various dorms compete by submitting homemade boat entries in races on Saint Mary's Lake, located on campus.

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The large green F outside Fisher Hall

In the fall of 2002, a second signature event, the Fisher Hall Roofsit, was created to benefit a selected charity by having hall members sit on the roof of Fisher for 50 consecutive hours to commemorate the then 50th anniversary of the hall's construction. This event has been expanded over recent years to include a campus-wide dodgeball tournament, musical performances, and other social events. As of 2015, due to pressure from the university, the roofsit was discontinued.

A big "F" letter hangs on the side of the hall. The original insignia was placed in the 80s but was stolen by the residents of Pangborn Hall in 1991. It was replaced with a bigger plastic letter.

Notable residents

Flaherty Hall

Howard Hall

Keenan Hall

Keough Hall

Keough Hall
Marilyn M. Keough Hall.jpg
Arms of Keough.svg
Campus quadWest
MottoBrothers, Scholars, Champions
Established1996
Named forMarilyn Keough
ColorsNavy and Red    
GenderMale
RectorGabriel Griggs, C.S.C.
PresidentPatton Meacham
Undergraduates285
Postgraduates2 (serving as Assistant Rectors)
Chapel Our Lady of Guadalupe
MascotKangaroo
Interhall sportsBaseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, dodgeball, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, racquetball, soccer, table tennis, tennis, volleyball
CharitiesSt. Brendan's Parish, Kiete, Tanzania
Major eventsKeough Chariot Race, Keough/O'Neill Challenge, Grace Cup
Website https://www.roos.nd.edu/

History

Marilyn M. Keough Hall was dedicated on September 27, 1996. It is located on West Quad across from South Dining Hall with neighbors McGlinn Hall, O'Neill Family Hall, and Welsh Family Hall. Keough Hall is named after Marilyn Keough, wife of Donald Keough, who served as chairman of Notre Dame's Board of Trustees from 1986 to 1992. It was built as one of several replacement dorms for Flanner Hall and Grace Hall, both of which were turned into administrative buildings. [186]

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Main entrance to Keough Hall

Fr. Tom Doyle, C.S.C. served as Keough Hall's first Rector. Upon completing his Seminary training, he helped to dedicate Marilyn M. Keough Hall in August 1996. Fr. Tom was ordained a priest in the Congregation of Holy Cross in the Spring of 1998 amidst his family, friends and 250 spirited young Men of Keough Hall. Doyle now serves as the Executive Vice President of University Relations at the University of Portland. Fr. Pete Jarret, C.S.C. arrived as rector in 2001 and led the community until 2006. Mark DeMott served as interim rector for the 2006–2007 school year. Keough Hall's current Rector is Deacon Brogan Ryan, CSC.

Traditions

Despite its young history, Keough Hall residents have established themselves as an up-and-coming dorm community with great enthusiasm and brotherhood, winning Men's Hall of the Year in 2009.

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Main facade on West Quad in the summer

Every fall the dorm hosts the Keough Hall Chariot Race, in which the different sections within Keough, as well as other dorms, build chariots to race against one another. This signature event lasts all day and is followed that night by a dance. In the spring, Keough once held a dance formal called the White Wedding in which the members of the dorm create a comical mock wedding ceremony for other members of the dorm and their dates. Late in the year the dorm hosts the Aussie Fest, which usually wraps up the year with a cookout, games and music.

Notable residents

Knott Hall

Knott Hall
Arms of Knott.svg
Campus quadMod
Established1988
Named forMarion Burk Knott
ColorsOrange and blue    
GenderMale
RectorPatrick Kincaid
Undergraduates258
ChapelSt. Elizabeth Ann Seton
MascotJuggerknotts
Interhall sportsBaseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, dodgeball, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, racquetball, soccer, table tennis, tennis, volleyball
CharitiesHabitat for Humanity
Major eventsThe Aidan Project
Websitewww3.nd.edu/~knott/

Knott Hall, a male dorm, is located on Mod Quad close to Siegfried Hall and the Theodore Hesburgh Library. [187]

History

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West side of Knott Hall, giving on Mod Quad

It was built in 1988 as a women's hall and named after Marion Burk Knott since the money was donated by Baltimore philanthropist and businessman Henry Joseph Knott. It was the home of the Knott Angels.

When Grace and Flanner male dorms became administrative offices, residents from Flanner moved to Keough Hall and O'Neill Family Hall. In order to maintain gender balance, female residents of Siegfried and Knott moved to Welsh Family Hall and McGlinn Hall and residents from Grace moved to Siegfried and Knott in 1997. [188]

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Entrance to Knott Hall

The most notable rector of Knott Hall is Br Jerome Meyer, C.S.C. Affectionately known by Juggerknotts as "Brojo", he was Knott's first rector as a men's dorm, and resided in Knott from 1997 to 2014. He earned his BA from Saint Edward's University and his M.Ed in Mathematics from Saint Mary's College in Winona, Minnesota.

Description

The chapel hosts a statue of Elizabeth Ann Seton donated to the hall by her grandson, Robert Seton. [189]

Traditions

Knott men are called Juggerknotts.

Knott on the Knoll, the dorm's signature event, is a weekend of music hosted for the entire campus community.

Notable residents

Johnson Family Hall

Johnson Family Hall
University of Notre Dame
Campus quadEast
Established2020
Named forTodd, Susan, Matt, and Hilary Johnson
ArchitectMackey Mitchell Architects
Architectural styleModern Collegiate Gothic vernacular
GenderFemale
RectorAmanda Springstead
Undergraduates225
ChapelSt. Teresa of Calcutta
MascotValkyries
BlazonAzure a chevron argent, in chief two crosses fleury argent, in base a pegasus forcené argent
Website website

Johnson Family Hall is located located east of Dunne Hall in the East Quadrangle.

History

Construction started on December 10, 2018. [190] On Friday, September 6, 2019, the new Residence Hall's name was announced to be Johnson Family Hall. [191] Todd, Susan, Matthew and Hilary Johnson of Duluth, Minnesota, donated $20 million. The Johnson family members are members of Notre Dame's Cavanaugh Council, Badin Guild and Boldly Notre Dame campaign cabinet. Matthew and Hilary are also Notre Dame alumni. [192]

Description

The hall is 68,000-square-foot large and hosts 225 undergraduate women. [192]

Lewis Hall

Lyons Hall

McGlinn Hall

McGlinn Hall
University of Notre Dame
Arms of McGlinn.svg
Arms: Argent a double-headed eagle vert, a bordure vert semy of trifoils argents
Campus quadWest
Established1997
Named forTerrence and Barbara McGlinn
ColorsGreen  
GenderFemale
RectorSister Mary Lynch
Undergraduates270
Chapel Saint Bridgit
MascotShamrocks
Interhall sportsFlag football, bowling, cross country, lacrosse, soccer, table tennis, tennis, volleyball, racquetball
CharitiesSt. Adalbert's School
Major eventsSpirit Week, Casino Night
Website www.nd.edu/~mcglinn/

McGlinn is located on West Quad, behind South Dining Hall and in between O'Neill Family Hall and Duncan Hall. Built in 1997, McGlinn is one of the newer dorms on campus and has modern day amenities, such as air conditioning and an elevator. With a capacity of 270 residents, McGlinn is the largest female dorm on campus. [193] The coat of arms is taken from the McGlinn family, with the double headed eagle, while the shamrock is the symbol of the hall.

History

Constructed in 1997 through the contributions of Terrence and Barbara McGlinn, McGlinn Hall is one of the newest dorms at the University of Notre Dame. The Angels of Knott Hall (now a male residence) moved into McGlinn in the Fall of 1997 and quickly established the dorm as one full of spirit and pride. It joins Keough, O'Neill, and Welsh Family Halls on the West Quad – sometimes called the "Suburbs" because of the modern amenities of air conditioning, elevators, and the largest rooms on campus. McGlinn enjoys a convenient location, only a brief walk to the bookstore, athletic fields, South Dining Hall and Reckers.

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McGlinn Hall

Sr. Mary A. Lynch, S.S.J., M.A. is a sister of St. Joseph from Philadelphia, PA. Sr. Mary has been rector of McGlinn since August 2005 [194] and works in campus ministry as well. McGlinn residents fondly refer to Sister Mary as "Smary" and often stop by her apartment on the first floor to say hello and grab a few (or more than a few) pieces of candy.

Fr. Tom Blantz, CSC lived in McGlinn from the time its construction was completed in 1997 before moving out in 2015. He has worked as a history professor at Notre Dame and retired in 2012 to part-time teaching. Fr. Tom presided over mass in McGlinn Hall Chapel frequently. He always kept Snickers bars in a bowl outside of his apartment.

Fr. David Tyson, CSC has lived in McGlinn since August 2015. He previously worked at the university in the 1970s and 1980s before being elected president of the University of Portland. Fr. David is now the president of Holy Cross College. [195]

Traditions

Casino Night is McGlinn Hall's signature event held every winter. It is a night of fun "casino-style" games, with most attendees playing roulette and blackjack with play money. All of the proceeds from the event are donated by the Shamrocks to St. Adalberts, a local grade school in South Bend. McGlinn also runs a Bubble Soccer tournament, a signature event that started in the fall of 2015, and is held in the fall and spring every year. Players create a team and play soccer while in giant, inflatable bubbles, with the proceeds also going to St. Adalberts.

McGlinn is one of the few dorms with living donors. Because of this attribute, every resident in McGlinn receives a Christmas gift from the McGlinn family in early December. In 2012, every girl received a two-pound box of assorted chocolates to ensure a maximum energy level throughout study sessions and final exams.

McGlinn won Hall of the Year in 2018–2019, but the dome dance was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. McGlinn has also won the Kelly Cup, an award given to the female dorm with the most participation in interhall sports, seven times, in 2009, and from 2011 to 2016. [196]

Notable residents

Morrissey Hall

O'Neill Family Hall

Pangborn Hall

Pangborn Hall
University of Notre Dame
Campus quadSouth
Established1955
Named forThomas C. and John W. Pangborn
Architect Holabird, Root & Burgee
ColorsTeal and Orange    
GenderMale
RectorRev. William Dailey, CSC
Undergraduates175
ChapelChapel of the Annunciation
MascotPelicans
CharitiesN/A
Major eventsN/A

History

Pangborn Hall was built in 1955, named for Thomas C. Pangborn and John W. Pangborn. The Pangborns made their money manufacturing sand-blasting-type equipment. They were supporters of numerous educational, religious, scientific and charitable endeavors. Pope Pius XII named Thomas Pangborn a Knight of Malta. Pope John XXIII dubbed him a Knight of Saint Gregory the Great, and in 1964 Pope Paul VI awarded the philanthropist the title of papal count.

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Pangborn Hall

It was the 15th building built on campus, and one of four that was dedicated in 1955. Pangborn and other dorms built in the 1950s were meant to be temporary housing to accommodate a spike in enrollment caused by the G.I. Bill. Pangborn represented a modernist step away from collegiate gothic. The building was designed by architects Holabird, Root and Burgee of Chicago. The hall was originally built as a residence for male students, when its nickname was the Violence, but was converted to a women's dorm in 1992 and became the Pangborn Phoxes. Pangborn again became a women's dorm for the 2020–21 school year and became the Pangborn Phoenixes.[ citation needed ]

Pangborn's Chapel of the Annunciation of Our Lady, renovated in 1995, features carved-wood Stations of the Cross imported from northern Italy. The stained-glass windows honor eight saints canonized the year prior to the hall's dedication.

In January 2016 it was announced that the residents of Pangborn hall would move to the newly built Flaherty Hall. Pangborn hall will serve as a "swing hall" to host students from halls undergoing renovations: members of Walsh Hall for the 2016–17 academic year, members of Badin Hall for the 2017–2018 year, and members of Morrissey Manor for the 2018–2019 year. [197] In the 2019–2020 Pangborn housed the members of a new community to move into Johnson Family Hall. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Pangborn was used as housing for female students who had study abroad plans canceled as well as transfer students for the 2020-21 academic year. This brought change to the identity of Pangborn with the Phoenix selected as the new mascot and the Pang-Pong ping pong tournament as their signature event. There were plans for Pangborn to house the members of Sorin Hall during their renovation.[ citation needed ] However, with the closure of Zahm Hall beginning in the 2021-22 school year, Zahm will now be used as a transition dorm in place of Pangborn, and Pangborn will once again become a full time dorm for men under rector Fr. Bill Dailey, CSC.

Notable residents

Pasquerilla East Hall

Pasquerilla East
Arms of Pasquerilla East.svg
Campus quadMod
MottoHottest Dorm on Campus
Established1981
Named forFrank and Sylvia Pasquerilla
ColorsRed and black    
GenderFemale
RectorLaurie Svatek
Undergraduates256
Chapel Saint Catherine of Siena
MascotPyros
Interhall sportsInterhall Sports
CharitiesHannah's House
Major eventsSilent Night, Silent Auction; So You Think You Can Sync; Can You Take the Heat?

Pasquerilla East Hall (referred colloquially as PE), is the home of the Pyros. The dorm's colors are red and black. Surrounding PE are the other three dorms on "Mod Quad," Knott Hall, Pasquerilla West Hall, and Siegfried Hall.

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Pasquerilla East CC

Accolades

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Pasquerilla Hall

Traditions

The 8 sections of PE compete in the PyrOlympics, a year-round section spirit contest. Additionally, PE's signature events are also a large part of the dorm's traditions, as Pasquerilla East has forged a strong bond with its sister charity. Although not specifically labelled as a PE tradition, Flag Football is one of the top interhall sports that Pyros participate in every year. Since 2013, the dorm's flag football team (known as PEFFB) has been coached by Notre Dame football players, including DaVaris Daniels and Malik Zaire. In 2015, PEFFB was coached by Zaire as well as his teammates Sheldon Day and Cole Luke. As a result, the dorm's football team was featured on the Showtime Special A Season with Notre Dame Football as a segment on the extracurricular lives of Zaire, Day, and Luke. [199]

Notable residents

Pasquerilla West Hall

Ryan Hall

Ryan Hall
Arms of Ryan.svg
Campus quadWest
MottoRyan go Bragh
Established2009
Named forShirley W. Ryan
ColorsTurquoise and white    
GenderFemale
RectorAllyse Gruslin
Undergraduates276
Chapel Saint Anne
MascotWildcats
Charitieswheelchair basketball tournament
Website Website

Ryan Hall, built in 2009, is a women's dorm located on West Quad between Hammes Bookstore and Morris Inn.

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Ryan Hall

Ryan is known for being Notre Dame's most accessible dorm and also one of its most spacious and technologically advanced. Ryan's spirit colors are turquoise and white, and its chapel is dedicated to St. Anne. The coat of arms is taken from the Ryan family arms, but the color are modified to match the hall colors.

Traditions

Ryan's inhabitants are known as the Wildcats, and their signature event, an annual wheelchair basketball tournament, raises money for charities benefiting those with disabilities. Another well-known Ryan tradition is Waffle Wednesday Mass. Ryan's priest in residence, Father Joe Carey (affectionately known as FJ to students), creates another memorable tradition by baking cookies for the dorm every Tuesday night. Ryan Hall's rector, Allyse Gruslin, began her work in 2016. She owns a friendly corgi named Topper who regularly visits the dorm.

St. Edwards's Hall

Siegfried Hall

Siegfried Hall
Arms of Siegfried.svg
Campus quadMod
MottoHall of Champions
Established1988
ColorsMaroon and gray    
GenderMale
RectorRev. Joe Pedersen, C.S.C.
Undergraduates240
ChapelOur Lady Seat of Wisdom
MascotRamblers
Interhall sportsBaseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, dodgeball, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, racquetball, soccer, table tennis, tennis, volleyball
CharitiesALS Research, South Bend Center for the Homeless
Major eventsDay of Man
Website www.nd.edu/~sieghall

Siegfried is situated between Pasquerilla West Hall and Theodore Hesburgh Library on Mod Quad.

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Siegfried Hall

History

Constructed in 1988 through the financial commitments of Robert M. ('37) and Raymond H. ('65) Siegfried from Tulsa. the building was converted from a female hall to a male hall in 1997 after Flanner and Grace Halls became office space. The female residents of Siegfried Hall moved to Welsh Family Hall on West Quad. After the move, the new residents adopted the nickname "Ramblers" which was one of the former names used by the University before "Fighting Irish" was adopted. Siegfried is rivals with Knott Hall, the other male Mod Quad residence hall.

Siegfried and Knott are the only two residence halls to convert from female to male, in order to preserve Mod Quad's gender balance when male dorms Flanner and Grace became offices.

Traditions

Siegfried raises funds for the South Bend Homeless Shelter through its annual Day of Man fundraiser. On this cold February day, the Ramblers venture out in only T-shirts, flip-flops, and shorts. [200] Siegfried residents are involved in activities ranging from the Notre Dame Marching Band to leadership roles in various clubs. Siegfried hosts two dances each year. The Winter Formal is held at the Warren Clubhouse. It is the only dance held at the Warren Golf Club, and is usually held the first weekend in December. Siegfried's annual retreat usually takes place in March, in a variety of places including in a state park, and across the lakes. Siegfried has a strong tradition of interhall athletic competition. The coat of arms features three gray chevrons gray on a maroon field, the colors of Siegfried. [201]

Notable residents

Sorin Hall

Stanford Hall

Stanford Hall
Arms of Stanford Hall.svg
Campus quadNorth
MottoGuardians of the Gold Men of Virtue
Established1957
Named forGrattan T. Stanford
ColorsGreen and gold    
GenderMale
RectorJustin McDevitt
Undergraduates232
Chapel Holy Cross
MascotGriffins
Interhall sportsBaseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, dodgeball, football, golf, hockey, lacrosse, racquetball, soccer, table tennis, tennis, volleyball
CharitiesSouth Bend Center for the Homeless
Major eventsPirate Dance, Irish Iron Classic
Website http://www.nd.edu/~stanford

History

Stanford and Keenan, joined together in Siamese twin fashion, were built in 1957. They were designed by Ellerbe Becket and built to house 150 rooms for 300 students. [202] Keenan and Stanford are hosted in two wings of the same building, built on the spot that once hosted the toboggan of the University's minims program. [203] Constructon of the two halls was part of a 4 million dollar plan which also included North Dining Hall. [204] The building is representative of functionalist architecture with a simple double-L shape plan, a flat roof, and little exterior ornamentation. [205] Of the two, Stanford is officially a bit older as it was dedicated in October of that year (Keenan was dedicated in November). Stanford was a gift of Effa Dunn Stanford in memory of her husband Grattan T. Stanford, and was to be named the 'Effa and Grattan Stanford Hall'. [202]

Grattan Stanford, class of 1904, was graduate who would later serve as a lay trustee of the university. [202] He was an Indiana native who spent his youth in Lawrence, Kansas before attending Notre Dame. [202] Three years after his graduation he obtained a law degree from Harvard, [204] and practice law independently before becoming general counsel of the Sinclair Oil Corporation in 1916 until his death in 1949. Ella Stanford was part of Notre Dame's Women's Advisory Council. [202]

When the hall first opened, it was the first to have study halls and television lounges. [205] Until the mid-60s, it was a hall for incoming freshmen.

Description

Stanford is a four-story building, built in minimalist and undadorned shapes, constructed in buff brick and limestone finishes. [202] [205] [204] Stanford and Keenan share the Chapel of the Holy Cross, located off the lobby, which has a series of exquisite stained-glass windows featuring various types of crosses. Its highlight is Mestrovic's 13-foot mahogany crucifix, which the artist-in-residence executed especially for the chapel in 1957. Originally, the crucifix hung above a companion altar made of travertine marble imported from Italy. The altar was removed in the wake of Vatican II changes, but the Mestrovic crucifix remained. Another of Mestrovic's works, a wood carving titled Christ as Young Boy Teaching, is present in the lobby.

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Stanford Hall entrance

Traditions

Stanford Hall's mascot is the Griffin. Its original mascot was a stud bull, hence the moniker "Stanford Studs". According to Notre Dame Magazine, "the switch was made in February 1999 to honor Father Robert F. Griffin, CSC, University chaplain for 30 years and a campus icon until his death in October 1999." [206] [207]

Stanford's traditional rival dorm is its twin Keenan Hall. Every year their interhall football matchup is deemed "The Battle for the Chapel" with the winner gaining naming rights to the chapel. [208] [209] Recently, Stanford has retained the chapel naming rights in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Despite the fact that the two dorms share two front doors side by side and the chapel has two entrances, it is tradition for the men of each dorm to only use the doors of their dorm. [210]

Notable residents

Walsh Hall

Welsh Family Hall

Welsh Family Hall
Arms of Welsh Family.svg
Campus quadWest
MottoFaith, Family, Friendship.
Established1997
Named forRobert J. Welsh and Family
ColorsLight Blue and Navy    
GenderFemale
RectorCarol Latronica
Undergraduates281
ChapelSt. Kateri Tekakwitha
MascotWhirlwind
Interhall sportsBasketball, bowling, cross country, dodgeball, flag football, golf, lacrosse, racquetball, soccer, table tennis, tennis, volleyball
CharitiesSt. Marianne Cope Women's Education Fund, Unity Gardens (South Bend)
Major eventsHoedown Throwdown, Dance Fest, Clary Murphy Thomas Run
Website http://www.nd.edu/~welshhal

Welsh Family Hall is one of the 29 residence halls on the campus of the University of Notre Dame and one of the 14 female dorms. Welsh Family is located directly east of Keough Hall and is directly south of Dillon Hall. [212] It houses 262 undergraduate students. [213] The coat of arms is taken from the Welsh family arms. The bordure represents a whirlwind, the mascot of the hall.

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Welsh Fam

History

Welsh Family Hall was built in 1997 to house female undergraduate students. Its chapel is named for the Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha. Robert J. Welsh Jr. '56, a trustee emeritus of the University, and his wife, Kathleen. Mr. Welsh is the president and chief executive officer of Welsh Oil, Inc.

Dr. Carol Latronica is the current rector.

Traditions

The hall mascot is the Whirlwind. The women of Welsh have a strong interhall sports history, having won the interhall football championship for three years. Welsh Family's signature event of each year is Dance Fest and Clary Murphy Thomas run. The hall also debuted a new event, the Hoedown Throwdown in the fall of 2018.

Notable residents

Zahm Hall

Graduate and family housing

Fischer Graduate Residences provide on-campus housing for house single or married graduate and professional students in either one-bedroom or two-bedroom apartments. Fischer opened in fall 1991. [215] At the end of the 2017–2018 school year, Fischer Graduate Residences became the designated housing for students with dependent children, as University Village closed at the end of that school year.

The complex for students with children is Village Apartments.

Overlook at Notre Dame is a university-related community that offers studio or one-bedroom apartments directly on the eastern edge of campus. [216]

Notre Dame is in the South Bend Community School Corporation. [217] Darden Primary, Tarkington Traditional Elementary, Clay Intermediate, and Clay High School serve as the local public high schools for children of graduate students. [218]

Hall of the Year

YearHall of the YearMen's Hall of the YearWomen's Hall of the Year
1994/1995 [219] KeenanFarley
1995/1996
1996/1997Keenan
1997/1998
1998/1999 [220] Lewis
1999/2000 [221] Pangborn
2000/2001 [221] Carroll
2001/2002KeenanSiegfriedBadin
2002/2003FisherKnottCavanaugh
2003/2004 [222] FarleyKeenanHoward
2003/2004Breen-PhillipsO'NeillPangborn
2005/2006StanfordKeenanWelsh Family
2006/2007MorrisseyO'NeillBadin
2007/2008KnottKeenanLewis
2008/2009CavanaughKeoughLyons
2009/2010BadinDuncanHoward
2010/2011BadinKeenanWalsh
2011/2012HowardCarrollRyan
2012/2013LewisKnottPasquerilla East
2013/2014KeenanDuncanRyan
2014/2015WalshKeenanFarley
2015/2016Pasquerilla EastFisherWalsh
2016/2017StanfordCarrollFarley
2017/2018DillonDunneWalsh
2018/2019McGlinnDuncanWelsh Family
2019/2020CarrollDunneFlaherty

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