Greek housing approved

The Greek Living and Learn­ing Community pilot program received enough participants to begin in Ora Manor next year, according to Brian O’Malley, residence hall director of Turrell Manor and Ora Manor.

Residents in the program will occupy about a third of a floor in the off-campus apartment com­plex Ora Manor.

By 2015, O’Malley said, he plans to have enough students for the entire floor.

“We plan on gearing certain programs specifically toward the Greek Unity LLC and that section of the floor,” O’Malley said.

In addition, the doors of each housing unit will be adorned with letters to represent the residents’ organizations.

Ora Manor is an apart­ment-style off-campus housing option for students. It is roughly two miles from campus, at 324 Valley St., and offers transporta­tion to campus and nearby desti­nations by the SHUFly. The com­plex can house approximately 100 students.

Mary Marshall can be reached at mary.marshall@student.shu.edu.

Author: Mary Marshall

Mary Marshall is the Editor In Chief of The Setonian. She is a senior at Seton Hall, originally from Chicago. Mary is currently majoring in journalism and minoring in political science. She is a former intern for NBC Dateline, Tom Brokaw and MSNBC. Mary reports on local crime and breaking news on campus.

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