Mary Munford House:
Except for about six men who live in a small corridor on the first floor, all the residents are women, including all of the first-year women. About 100 people live in Munford, which is not air-conditioned.
The IRC offices and the Senior Resident are on the first floor of Munford. A reading room / conference room - which we call the "Fishbowl" - is located in the southwest corner of Munford. When you need a break from studying you can enjoy a quiet moment in the Fishbowl, or you can read through one of our many travel guides and dream of far off places. The Fishbowl can be reserved for meetings and special dinners.
Adjacent to the Fishbowl is our main meeting room, or The Munford Gathering Place (MGP). Most IRC-wide events, including weekly Breakfast of Champions and Tea and Jamming are in the MGP.
The Munford "Klazroom," which is located in the north end of Munford, is an air-conditioned room with a flat screen TV and chairs and tables. Normally, the tables are pushed together to make a conference table for 20 people, but during the exam periods they are separated to accommodate individual study spaces. This space is used for seminars, including our University Seminars, yoga classes, and for showing movies. Large wall maps of all areas of the world are available to be displayed in the Klazroom and in the Fishbowl conference room.
Roberta Gwathmey House:
Gwathmey is our largest residence (because so much of Munford is used as communal space), holding about 120 students. The first and third floors are all men, including our 30 first-year men, and the second floor is for women. Each floor is equipped with a large kitchen, and each kitchen has an an oven, microwave, refrigerator and sink. The first floor lounge is small but mighty with a large TV, DVD, Play Station and 2 Sofa's. Gwathmey is not air-conditioned.
Ivey Lewis House:
Lewis holds about 60 upper-class students and is air-conditioned. Lewis is designed in a suite-style. Several rooms are available with private bathrooms though most are shared. Full kitchens are on each floor.
Llewyln Hoxton House:
Hoxton holds approximately 40 upper-class students and is air conditioned. Hoxton is designed in a suite style. Full kitchens are on each floor.
For more information (maps, floorplans, more room pictures), please refer to the IRC Welcome Packet and see the IRC Housing page.
Housing/Room Rates http://www.virginia.edu/housing/compare.php?type=upperclass
Morea and Little Morea
Brad and Carol live in Morea, while Marga resides in Little Morea. Located at the west end of the Arboretum, this house (two apartments) was built by Professor John Emmet in 1836. Professor Emmet was one of the University's original faculty members.
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