Margaret Fosmoe ’85 | July 22, 2020
The rocking chairs have returned to the front porch and Father Corby is back near his traditional spot on the front lawn.
Without looking closely, casual passersby might mistake the new Corby Hall for the one that formerly stood on the same site. The rebuilt brick building’s façade looks much like the original.
The two-year construction of the new Corby Hall, a traditional residence on campus for Congregation of Holy Cross priests and brothers, is among recently completed campus construction projects. The residents moved in July 6 and 7.
A walk through the front door reveals wide corridors stretching both east and west, with lots of natural light flowing through large windows. Holy Spirit Chapel — with stained glass windows of Blessed Basil Moreau, founder of the Congregation of Holy Cross, and St. André Bessette, CSC — is straight ahead.
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