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Luther College Moment in History #26

Luther College Moment in History #26

September 18, 2013

The Regents Towers, Miller and Dieseth Halls, were built in the late 1960’s in order to fill the need for more student housing on campus. Dieseth Hall (pictured) was completed first in 1966 and was intended as a men’s only dormitory, which meant that originally, the building did not have a kithcen, unlike Miller Hall, which was completed two years later in 1968 and designated as a women's dorm.

The Regents Towers, Miller and Dieseth Halls, were built in the late 1960’s in order to fill the need for more student housing on campus. Dieseth Hall (pictured) was completed first in 1966 and was intended as a men’s only dormitory. Miller Hall was completed two years later in 1968. Miller was intended as a women’s dorm, so the building was equipped with a kitchen, unlike Dieseth.
The Regents Towers, Miller and Dieseth Halls, were built in the late 1960’s in order to fill the need for more student housing on campus. Dieseth Hall (pictured) was completed first in 1966 and was intended as a men’s only dormitory. Miller Hall was completed two years later in 1968. Miller was intended as a women’s dorm, so the building was equipped with a kitchen, unlike Dieseth.
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