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Welcome to Morrow Hall

Morrow Hall, named after Homer B. Morrow and built in 1967, provides accommodations for approximately 68 women and 197 men. Morrow Field, a softball diamond, is located nearby. Some of the traditions in Morrow Hall include Wednesday Night Popcorn and the annual service project "Morrow Works Week"!

From the Desk of the Resident Director

Will October be your Trick or Treat?

October is a crazy month for Platteville and Morrow Hall. Why? Homecoming of course! Just call us Hall, Morrow Hall. That’s right, Platteville is going to Hollywood and Morrow Hall is celebrating James Bond with our theme: ToMORROW Never Dies. Make sure to attend Homecoming events and Morrow events to celebrate the occasion.

Works Week is also this month. For those of you new to the hall, Works Week is an important Morrow Hall tradition. Every year we dedicate a week to community service. This year’s Works Week is Oct 20th-23rd. Make sure to sign up for the great volunteer opportunities that we will be offering.

As you are figuring out this semester don’t forget to utilize your resources. Make sure to check out the university’s academic calendar found here. October is full of fun activities and projects and exams. Learn how to balance everything by visiting your academic advisor or the PATH office.

Don’t forget to check out fun Residence Life activities like Friday Night Club. This month the FNC will be Rountree’s Open Mic Night.  Pickard Hall will also be hosting its annual Fright Fest.

Trick or Treat, Morrow?

Melissa Stoner
Morrow Hall Resident Director

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