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.
This house proudly boasts the title “The Smallest Porch in the Ghetto,” but its residents claim their stoop is used more than any other on the street.No Comments
The spacious front yard of this house is perfect for hanging a hammock or throwing a lacrosse ball.
And take a look back to see the house with housemates from 1992-93.1 Comment
Landlord-owned 7 Evanston has two living rooms, five fridges, a laundry room and a haunted closet. No wonder the guys who live there call it “The Palace.”No Comments
Five girls and a ghost occupy this refurbished landlord home at 416 Lowes St.
The five seniors in this Kiefaber house love to play host to “after-gatherings” with friends on the weekend.3 Comments
It’s a great house to visit, but beware the cursed bush at 1915 Trinity Ave.
And click to take a tour through memory lane with the ladies who raised ducks in the basement in the ’70s.No Comments
The six residents of this house made a surprising statement: “There’s almost too much room here.”1 Comment
Six of the 67 brothers in UD’s Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity reside in 327 Kiefaber.No Comments
If you visited 328 Kiefaber, you would find four bookworms lying around their spacious ArtStreet loft with their heads buried in academics, or dancing without shame during a study break.1 Comment