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Kappa Sigma

Established: 
1958
Current Use: 

Kappa Sigma now houses 36 coed first-year students in single and double units.

History & Architecture

Kappa Sigma now houses 36 coed first-year students in single and double units. Kappa Sigma was built by McLaughlin and Keil of Lima, Ohio in 1958. The design is red brick colonial home. The building was designed for the Kappa Sigma fraternity. Before moving uphill, Kappa Sigma occupied the historic Avery-Downer house in Granville (1929-1957). Kappa Sigma now houses 36 coed first-year students in single and double units.

North Residential Quad
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Kappa Sigma is an ideal fit for fitness-minded first-year students, as it is their residence hall closest to the Mitchell Center, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, and playing fields.
Designer/Architect: 
McLaughlin and Keil of Lima, Ohio
Building Style: 
Red brick colonial home.
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