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Upon her retirement, Scott Sherin took over as hall director. His youth added a very new yet positive flavor to the hall.

During his second year, the hall became coeducational which

did much to continue to change the atmosphere. Kay Reuter was the next hall director in Trowbridge.

She

assumed that position in 1979 and stayed through the 1982

school

creative programming in the hall (Kurinsky, 1986).

position

for

the

line

of

held

the

much

in

year.

She

two

years.

who

did

was

succeeded

by

Dan

Siler

Both

of

these

individuals

In 1984 a Kansas "transplant", namely Janece English,

became

the

sixth

hall

director

of

Trowbridge

Hall.

She

is

currently in her third and final year. From Mrs. Syverson to Ms. English,

each individual who

has "managed" Trowbridge Hall has made

strides in providing

much to the inhabitors of the hall.

Whi te Hall

In September of 1962, White Hall became the second

dormitory for Orris

at the University to house men. White who was an English teacher.

The hall was named The four story

building was constructed to accommodate about 220 male students (Quarberg, 1986).

Mrs. Emma Davis, the proverbial housemother became the initial head resident in White Hall.

prima dona, Previous to

that

she

had

served

as

a

housemother

in

the

Cooperative

House

and as well as the first housemother in Reuter. vast experience, "Em" was emulated by her peers

Because of and heavily

her

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