A proud tradition. Stevens Hall has been a women's dorm since 1895. It has been a frequent tradition for daughters to succeed mothers as residents of Stevens Hall.
One of the oldest and most historic buildings on the Washington State University campus, Stevens Hall has been home to many campus activities in addition to being a residence hall. During the 1890s the music department, home economics department, and women's physical education activities were all located at Stevens; state conventions once met in the drawing room; and distinguished guests visited there, including Helen Keller and her teacher, Miss Sullivan.
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