ISU Dedicates Reeve Hall

ISU Dedicates Reeve Hall

The living-learning community houses all females students.
Indiana State University opened a new residence hall this year. It's the first new living space in decades.

Wednesday Reeve Hall was officially dedicated. Dozens of students, faculty, and staff turned out for the event.
   
The living-learning community houses all females students. All of whom are part of the school's Greek life system.
   
"We really wanted to have a small group experience, what we've found is the smaller we can make campus the more connected out students feel and the more successful they do academically," Amanda Knerr, director of ISU's residence life said.

ISU will open another new residence hall next fall. The new downtown apartment complex will be operated in conjunction with an outside company. 
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