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of security, the procession from public
to private is repeated at a smaller
scale throughout the residence hall.
Within the privacy of an open suite,
a closed suite, or an apartment, this
processional motif creates a similar
spatial arrangement. The semi-public
central lounge gives way to a semiprivate space (a suite), which provides
entrance to the private bedroom.
Janice Kassman, former dean of
students at Colby College in Waterville,
Maine, emphasizes that three scales
of common living space appear in
Anthony-Mitchell-Schupf (AMS) Hall.
The first and smallest scale appears in
each open or closed suite, providing
a place for suitemates to congregate.
The second scale appears on each
floor, allowing inhabitants of the
different suites and rooms to meet and
interact. The third and largest scale
can accommodate hall-wide meetings,
parties, lectures, and other social
events. The private, floor, and buildingwide common gathering spaces are all

located at the core of their respective
environments, allowing multiple
chances for students to interact.

size/Quantity:
common space Tailored to
class standing
The different scales of common
living space found in AMS Hall – a
combination hall containing singles,
doubles, open suites, and closed suites
– relate to the varying needs of students
as they move through their college
careers. Janet Stegman, principal
and owner of the firm Stegman +
Associates Architects, PC in Boston,
Massachusetts, who specializes in
the planning and design of higher
education facilities, explains that living
choices change with class standing,
ranging from traditional doubles for
first-year students to apartments for
seniors (see graphic). In each of these
arrangements, available common
living space varies by housing type; the

square footage of common living space
tends to decrease as the housing types
become more self-contained. Halls with
traditional doubles offer the greatest
square footage of common living
space, while those housing apartments
provide the least.
According to Stegman, the varying
amounts of common space afforded to
different housing types relate directly to
the students’ class standing. First-year
students commonly reside in traditional
doubles, where two students share a
bedroom and have access to communal
bathrooms and common living spaces
on the floor. In such circumstances,
designers provide large common living
areas. In fact, in existing residence halls
slated for renovation – most of which
feature traditional doubles – plans
often include the removal of beds to
free square footage for common living
space. These areas offer a place for
students to escape the shared private
contInues

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Talking Stick - July/August 2013
Contents
New Member Highlight
Vision
Just In
Your ACUHO-I
Transitions
Res Life
Business Operations
Facilities
Calendar
Common Space for the Common Good
Marketing the Residential Experience
Conversations
First Takes
Reporting Out
New Members
Snapshot
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Talking Stick - July/August 2013 - Cover2
Talking Stick - July/August 2013 - 1
Talking Stick - July/August 2013 - 2
Talking Stick - July/August 2013 - Contents
Talking Stick - July/August 2013 - New Member Highlight
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Talking Stick - July/August 2013 - Vision
Talking Stick - July/August 2013 - 7
Talking Stick - July/August 2013 - Just In
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Talking Stick - July/August 2013 - Your ACUHO-I
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Talking Stick - July/August 2013 - Transitions
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Talking Stick - July/August 2013 - Business Operations
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