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OP, in which residence hall did you live at Harvard your freshman year. Describe it in detail.

I stayed in Lowell my freshman year. My favorite things about the building was that everyday you could enter the building from a different entry. I think the building had upwards of fifteen different entries. The bells in the courtyard were also favorites of mine.

Here is a list of the freshmen dormitories. Only the freshmen live in dormitories:

* 1 Apley Court
* 2 Canaday Hall
* 3 Grays Hall
* 4 Greenough Hall
* 5 Hollis Hall
* 6 Holworthy Hall
* 7 Hurlbut Hall
* 8 Lionel Hall
* 9 Massachusetts Hall
* 10 Matthews Hall
* 11 Mower Hall
* 12 Pennypacker Hall
* 13 Stoughton Hall
* 14 Straus Hall
* 15 Thayer Hall
* 16 Weld Hall
* 17 Wigglesworth Hall

I can assure you that I lived in Lowell my freshman year.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1161320

Lowell House
Lowell House was named for the Lowell family, although recognition is generally given to A. Lawrence Lowell, President of Harvard from 1909-1933. It was due to his efforts that the House system was established. Opened in 1930, the building has eighteen entries situated around two lovely courtyards. The tower of Lowell Houses was originally designed to have clocks on each face, but was redesigned as a bell tower when Charles R. Crane, an American businessman and diplomat, purchased a set of historic Russian bells from the St. Daniel Monastery in Moscow and donated them to Harvard University. The bells arrived shortly after the House opened in the fall of 1930. In recent years, the University has agreed that the historic bells will be returned to St. Daniel Monastery to be replaced by a newly-cast set of Russian bells. Lowell House is one of the largest and most beautiful Houses at Harvard and its neo-Georgian design by the distinguished Shepley-Bulfinch firm won the Harleston Parker architectural medal in 1935

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