The residents of 312B Kiefaber live in no ordinary house but rather one of the ArtStreet apartments.1 Comment
As any of its six female residents will tell you, living in a duplex doesn’t always mean there are thin walls. But chances are, at least in this house, there’s only one bathroom.
And read more about this old house from housemates who lived here from 1985-87.No Comments
Six seniors live in what they affectionately call “The Cove,” waging a prank war on the neighbors and walking crookedly on their slanted floors.2 Comments
This old house was most recently home to four seniors who graduated in May. It features high ceilings, a bat cave and “purgatory.”
See what the 2011-12 residents had to say about living on Woodland here.No Comments
Three juniors who were floor mates during their freshman year now live at 108 Chambers St. with two seniors they went to high school with.No Comments
Erin Schultek ’05 wrote in to find out if her old house, 111 Evanston, had been updated since she graduated. After finding relics from the ’70s in their unlocked attic, the five senior women who live there now think it might be due for an upgrade.
Take a look back on the house with housemates from 2005.No Comments
The six senior women living in this Marianist Student Community host frequent social gatherings in “the non-traditional party house.”No Comments
One resident of 408 Lowes describes her landlord house as Platform 9 ¾ from Harry Potter. “People just stop and stare at it like they’ve never noticed it before.”No Comments
The six senior men who live in this house say its proximity to Brown Street makes it a frequent pit stop for their friends.5 Comments
In the heart of the student neighborhood sits the Neighborhood Fellow House at 222 Kiefaber. It’s a safe house for students on weekends and the office for behavioral conduct meetings.