Women who lived in North Hall return every year to campus on the first Friday in June. The reunions started in 1994 in the home of North Hall resident Betty Hifner Haney ’70, ’75 of Odessa, Mo, and now more than 50 people attend the annual gathering.
History of North Hall
North Hall was a campus residence for students who attended UCM after World War II and in the early 1950s. These primarily home economic majors could live there for 10 semester hours for $35 a term. The building had four kitchens with eight to 10 students assigned to each. They rotated jobs between cooking and housekeeping.