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Cazenove Hall: Who Lived Here Before You?

The Facts

Pamela Melroy ‘83, an astro and physics major from Rochester, N.Y., lived in Cazenove. She also lived for 38 days in space. A U.S. Air Force colonel (now retired), she became an astronaut and commander in NASA's Space Shuttle program.

Cazenove Hall: Who Lives Here Now?

The Facts

Taylor from Houston, Tex., is a double major in cognitive & linguistics sciences and psychology, and is really active in social issues, fashion, and campus governance.

Cazenove Hall: Who Lived Here Before You?

The Facts

Pamela Melroy ‘83, an astro and physics major from Rochester, N.Y., lived in Cazenove. She also lived for 38 days in space. A U.S. Air Force colonel (now retired), she became an astronaut and commander in NASA's Space Shuttle program.

Director: Paula Queenan x3184

Who Lives Here: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th years

Number of Residents: 162

Average square feet per student: 355

Types of Rooms: 57 singles, 51 doubles, 1 suite

Percent Single Rooms: 35%

Closest Dining Hall: Pomeroy

Closest Cafe: Cafe Hoop/Emporium

Pet Friendly? No

Did You Know? Cazenove Hall was built in 1905, named in honor of the family of Mrs. Pauline Durant. The Durants would not allow any buildings to be named in their honor. Cazenove was Mrs. Durant's mother's maiden name, and as close as the College ever got to memorializing a building to its founders. Caz, as it is fondly called, is small, intimate, and friendly, close to the Lulu and the Sports Center (many athletes are housed here). Cazenove is part of the Hazard Quad (really Quint), along with Beebe, Munger, Pomeroy, and Shafer Halls. It is actually a mirror image of Pomeroy, and they're linked together on floors 2-4.

Cazenove Hall: Who Lives Here Now?

The Facts

Taylor from Houston, Tex., is a double major in cognitive & linguistics sciences and psychology, and is really active in social issues, fashion, and campus governance.

Director: Paula Queenan x3184

Who Lives Here: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th years

Number of Residents: 162

Average square feet per student: 355

Types of Rooms: 57 singles, 51 doubles, 1 suite

Percent Single Rooms: 35%

Closest Dining Hall: Pomeroy

Closest Cafe: Cafe Hoop/Emporium

Pet Friendly? No

Did You Know? Cazenove Hall was built in 1905, named in honor of the family of Mrs. Pauline Durant. The Durants would not allow any buildings to be named in their honor. Cazenove was Mrs. Durant's mother's maiden name, and as close as the College ever got to memorializing a building to its founders. Caz, as it is fondly called, is small, intimate, and friendly, close to the Lulu and the Sports Center (many athletes are housed here). Cazenove is part of the Hazard Quad (really Quint), along with Beebe, Munger, Pomeroy, and Shafer Halls. It is actually a mirror image of Pomeroy, and they're linked together on floors 2-4.