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. One of the traditions in Morrow Hall is the annual service project: "Morrow Hall Works Week"!
From the Desk of the Resident Director
Happy October everyone!
Many activities and events are on the calendar this month! We want to see everyone being an active Morrow Pioneer by getting involved in the fun!
Homecoming is…October 9th-15th! The Morrow team will be showing a lot of spirit with our theme: “Pioneers in Music.” We are excited to participate in the Social Media Photo Contest, Towel Toss Volleyball, House Decorations, Parade, Torch Relay, Banner Ceremony, Food Fight, Tug of War, Blood Drive, Minute To Win It, Yell Like Hell, Reverse Water Tug, and the Variety Show: Lip Sync Edition. For more information, contact your Resident Assistant or stop by the Hall Involvement Team meetings on Thursdays @ 9pm in the basement of Morrow! We want to see you be involved!
Morrow Hall Works Week is…October 17th-20th. This is your chance to join in on the fun and you don’t even have to live in Morrow! The tradition of Morrow Hall Works Week is to have a week-long set of service learning projects that give back to the community. Keep an eye out for publicity and social media posts for times and locations for outdoor and indoor acts of kindness. Join us!
Fall Break is Friday, October 21st! Take the day off to recuperate and enjoy the crisp fall air. Maybe pick some apples? Or go see a pumpkin patch? Take a mini vacation!
Friday Night Clubs: The most accurate description of these gems are: FUN and FREE! For October we have:
October 7th- A Corny Evening (with Bonfire): hosted by McGregor/Cooper/Rountree
October 14th- Homecoming
October 21st- Fall Break
October 28th- Pancake Breakfast: hosted by Hugunin
Activity Memberships: It’s not too late to purchase an Activity Membership from your hall! Feel free to stop by the front desk during our hours. Wing t-shirts will be arriving soon too!
***Safety Tip of the Month: Be an active bystander. There are various ways to intervene and provide assistance to others. Intervention can be as simple as saying hi to a person that seems to be in an uncomfortable situation. Not all intervention requires you to make contact with a potential perpetrator. A simple hello or acting like you haven’t seen a person in a long time, can break up the situation and allow an individual to leave. Most importantly, don’t assume that someone else will take care of it.
If you ever have questions throughout the school year, don't hesitate to talk to your RA. That's what they are here for! Let's make this a great year!