Traditional Residence Halls

Some articles on traditional residence halls, halls, hall, residence, residence halls, residences:

University Of Nebraska–Lincoln - Student Life - Residence Halls
... Approximately 40% of the student body lives on-campus in 15 traditional residence halls, and three on-campus apartment-style halls ... There are 12 traditional residence halls on the City Campus Abel Cather Harper Husker Hall Kauffman Center Knoll Pound Neihardt Sandoz Schramm Selleck Smith ... Three on-campus apartment-style halls are located on the City Campus The Courtyards, The Village, and Robert E ...
Residence
... Residence may more specifically refer to Home Group home Nursing home Dwelling or accommodation House Lodging Habitual residence, a civil law term ...
South Dakota State University - Residential Life
... at SDSU have a wide variety of residential hall and apartment living choices ... three areas the Medary complex located in the northwest corner of campus, consisting of traditional residence halls, Hansen, Waneta and Wecota Annex, and apartment-style living at ... All of the residence halls with the exception of Caldwell are co-ed by wing, with each wing having its own bathroom ...
Stornoway (residence)
... Stornoway is the name of the official residence of the Leader of the Opposition in Canada, and has been used as such since 1950 ... about 1.5 km farther than the Prime Minister's official residence ... It is located in an area which contains many ambassadorial residences ...

Famous quotes containing the words halls, traditional and/or residence:

    The harp that once through Tara’s halls The soul of music shed, Now hangs as mute on Tara’s walls As if that soul were fled.
    Thomas Moore (1779–1852)

    The greatest impediments to changes in our traditional roles seem to lie not in the visible world of conscious intent, but in the murky realm of the unconscious mind.
    Augustus Y. Napier (20th century)

    The death of William Tecumseh Sherman, which took place to-day at his residence in the city of New York at 1 o’clock and 50 minutes p.m., is an event that will bring sorrow to the heart of every patriotic citizen. No living American was so loved and venerated as he.
    Benjamin Harrison (1833–1901)