Since the early 1900s, students have lived on campus at Florida State University. Residence halls, past and present, serve as spaces to make friends, socialize, and study. They are not without rules, however. Students and administrators habitually negotiate the boundaries between personal freedom and community decorum. This site is resource for students, alumni, and guests to learn about the history of student housing at Florida State University.
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Thomas recalls watching the TV in the basement of Smith Hall during major events in the early 60s in an interview with Robin Sellers.
Watson and Shepard, who attended FSU in the 1920s, recall proctors at Reynolds Hall in an interview with Robin Sellers.