Constructed in 1924, Howard Hall was the first building on campus to incorporate gothic architecture. The building features two arches as well as decorative stone carvings of students, animals, and a saint. The residence hall was named after Timothy Edward Howard, a lay professor who later became an Indiana Supreme Court Justice. Originally built as a men’s residence hall, Howard Hall began housing women in 1987 and offers many different types of rooms including singles, doubles, and triples as well as suites for two to five residents, depending on the room. Howard is known for its campus-wide marshmallow roast to celebrate the year’s first snowfall, and the Howard Hoedown.
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