Caz Freeman Stone Davis Lake House Tower Court

Stone-Davis: Who lived here before you?

The Facts

Hillary Rodham Clinton ’69 lived here. Heard of her? She came from Park Ridge, Ill., majored in political science, was a campus activist and the first student Commencement speaker (launching a tradition), and basically went from there.

Stone-Davis: Who lives here now?

The Facts

Rutendo, a junior from Harare, Zimbabwe, is a neuroscience major who aspires to study medicine and work on mental health issues such as postnatal depression, which are often neglected in the Global South.

Stone-Davis: Who lived here before you?

The Facts

Hillary Rodham Clinton ’69 lived here. Heard of her? She came from Park Ridge, Ill., majored in political science, was a campus activist and the first student Commencement speaker (launching a tradition), and basically went from there.

Director: Erin Doherty x2093

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

Number of Residents: 250

Average square feet per student: 318

Types of Rooms: 93 singles, 56 doubles, 15 triples

Percent Single Rooms: 38%

Closest Dining Hall: Stone-Davis

Closest Café: El Table / The Leaky Beaker

Pet Friendly? Yes, on the ground floor of Davis.

Did you know?: Stone and Davis Halls are two halls that connect. Generally referred to as Stone-D (or Stone-Dee), the halls are not part of a larger complex and are located near the center of campus. Named for the original Stone Hall, which was razed after a fire in 1927, and for Olive Davis, a Head of House (the position that preceded the Resident Directors), who insisted on having regular fire drills (which saved the lives of all the students in Old Stone Hall!)

Stone-Davis: Who lives here now?

The Facts

Rutendo, a junior from Harare, Zimbabwe, is a neuroscience major who aspires to study medicine and work on mental health issues such as postnatal depression, which are often neglected in the Global South.

Director: Erin Doherty x2093

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

Number of Residents: 250

Average square feet per student: 318

Types of Rooms: 93 singles, 56 doubles, 15 triples

Percent Single Rooms: 38%

Closest Dining Hall: Stone-Davis

Closest Café: El Table / The Leaky Beaker

Pet Friendly? Yes, on the ground floor of Davis.

Did you know?: Stone and Davis Halls are two halls that connect. Generally referred to as Stone-D (or Stone-Dee), the halls are not part of a larger complex and are located near the center of campus. Named for the original Stone Hall, which was razed after a fire in 1927, and for Olive Davis, a Head of House (the position that preceded the Resident Directors), who insisted on having regular fire drills (which saved the lives of all the students in Old Stone Hall!)