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The Global Village was located on the 2nd floor of Whitman Hall in Wallace Complex. As the name suggested, this hall encouraged diversity. There were around 1 5 different countries represented by students living on the hall. Students from Guatemala to Scotland to Sweden were living next door to students from various places in the U.S.A. If you were looking for an international hall , the Global Village was just the ticket. First floor of Whitman Hall was reserved for transfer students who were 21 years old and above. Due to the age group staying on this hall, it was fairly low key. A lot of the students were new to U of I, coming from North Idaho college, Spokane Community College, and other schools from around the country. Of the four women and seventeen men on the co-ed hall, there were only two double rooms, the rest of the residents were rewarded with their own space. The group on the 1st floor was a close knit and friendly group of people, just starting out their relationship with the Moscow Campus. Story by: Carolyn Schrock

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1999 Gem of the Mountains, Volume 97 - University of Idaho Yearbook  

1999 Gem of the Mountains, Volume 97 - University of Idaho Yearbook

1999 Gem of the Mountains, Volume 97 - University of Idaho Yearbook  

1999 Gem of the Mountains, Volume 97 - University of Idaho Yearbook