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
What’s missing from the front of this house? The six seniors who live here say their guests are often confused by the lack of front door.
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And read about the eight friends who rotated through the house from 1978-81 in My Old House in the University of Dayton Magazine.6 Comments
Brian Lepa ’00 wrote in asking about the landlord house where five men, three women and a cat lived from 1999-2000. Now, it’s occupied by 10 women who love the structure’s expansive layout and quirky history.1 Comment
The four residents of 431 Lowes are self-proclaimed “Best Friends for Life.” They only have a few more goals on their Bucket List before graduation.1 Comment
The six boys at Sig Ep mourn the loss of their basement. Have something to say about it? Leave a note in their comment box.No Comments
What was once a student duplex is now a home to four Marianists: three brothers and a priest, who live humbly in Marianist fashion. The house looks very different than it did 11 years ago.1 Comment
Random decorations, exotic pets and games of many sorts make this spacious house a home for six senior men. Click to visit 242 College Park.1 Comment
Big bedrooms, a fake fireplace and a cute kitchen nook are just a few features residents of 234 K Street love about their house.No Comments