Irma and Clark Morrow House

Irma and Clark Morrow House

Established: 
1953
Current Use: 

Morrow houses 37 coed first-year students all in double units.

History & Architecture

The building was built as house for Lambda Chi Alpha in 1953. An addition to the house was made in 1961 to create more living space. The design is Modern Greek Revival style. Later named for Mr. and Mrs. Clark Morrow, long time advisors to the fraternity. E. Clark Morrow, class of 1930, was not only an economics professor from 1935 to 1968 but also a lawyer in Newark and served as the University legal counsel. Morrow houses 37 coed first-year students all in double units.

North Residential Quad
Students who live in Morrow House are interested in community service, but they’re not alone in that strong Denison tradition. During the 2011-12 academic year, for example, 1,698 students contributed 34,820 hours of service to the local community.
Designer/Architect: 
William Gehron
Building Style: 
Modern Greek Revival style.