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replaced in

Reuter by

Rick

Haught.

behind when

his three

year

"reign"

Rick ended

left an indelible after the 1983-84

mark

school year (Koehler, 1986).

In 1984,

Nancy Burdick,

former Angell Hall Director,

took

over in Reuter.

Berquam.

"berk"

She was succeeded in 1985 by Lori "berk" is currently in her second year and has done

a very credible job of enthusiasm and energy.

turning

Reuter

into

a

hall

fUll

of

Though Reuter is twenty years old, hall is very comparable to fine wine.

the spirit within the It seems to get better

and better with time!

Trowbridge Hall In September of 1960, the third state owned dormitory at

the

University

became

a

blessed

reality.

Trowbridge

Hall,

named

for Myrtle Trowbridge a history teacher at the University for

38 years, was initially a built conveniently behind

residence for 200 plus women.

Wilder

Hall

for

ready

access

to

It was

and

fro

(Quarberg, 1986).

Mrs. Wilda Syverson took charge as housemother in Trowbridge

from the onset.

She had previously spent a year in Grandview

Hall.

She

remained

as

housemother

through

the

1965-1966

school

year

leaving

her

mark

firmly

in

place

(Trowbridge

Handbook,

1960)

In 1966, Mrs. Helen Neilson became the new head resident. During her ten year stay in that position she added her own personal touches to enhance the hall and the program within.

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