Maclellan/Rymer Hall ("Mac") houses around 200 students in four men's and four women's halls. Now entering its second decade of use, Mac offers a wide variety of unique amenities, hall personalities, and traditions to its residents -
- From Mac Movie Night (a contest between the eight halls for Best Picture on original short films) to Macstock (a themed hall decoration tour) to Rymer Cup (a crazy and creative field day in late spring), there's always a fun and competitive activity going on! Mac residents love to hang out with their brother/sister halls for laid-back fun times and often form formidable teams for intramural games.
- The large kitchen commons in Mac are great places to cook, study, get a great view of the sunset (all the windows in Mac have pleasant views), play games, exercise, watch a movie...and did we mention cook? Full-sized refrigerators, stoves, ovens, and ample cupboard space along with couches and a big table make the commons feel like home.
- As a Mac resident, you'll enjoy having the most floor space available on campus. Rooms are about 12' x 12' (two- or three-person occupancy) and are arranged in suites. Most suites are made up of a two-person room with a three-person room. A few are comprised of one two-person and one five-person room (12' x 20'). Suitemates share a large bathroom and central study room (about 12' x 9'.)
Whether you're musical, athletic, a serious student, a movie buff, into games, coffee, conversation, philosophical/theological arguments, art or service (or ballroom dancing...or Ultimate Frisbee!), you'll find friends in Maclellan/Rymer. We have it all - and the kitchen sink!
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