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  • 3 Amazing Things About Helman: Wise Wanderings with a Resident

    by Bolanle Oladokun | Feb 13, 2017

    Helman Hall
    Hey, guys! I’m from the wonderful residence hall of Schwalm, but I love blogging so I’m just going to tell you about Helman. Don’t worry! I brought my friend and resident of Helman, Nathan Timmerman, to help me out in finding the highlights of the dorm. So, sit back and relax!
    Helman Hall

    1. Comfy Places- I can’t tell you enough about how comfortable the chairs are in there. They have a nice fire place that you can turn off and on for those cold nights or if you’re trying to impress a date. Me and Nathan were contemplating on life’s great mysteries during my tour.

      Helman Hall
    2. Entertainment and Art- There are many sources of entertainment inside the building. Helman has a foosball table, pool table, TV, and a charging station for people like me who are too lazy to go their room to get their charger when they’re studying. There’s a huge black and white painting in the great room, and they also have a lovely crest. People regularly play Cards Against Humanity in the lobby. So, if you are ever bored on a Friday night just come on down and pull up a chair.
    3. Charities- One unique item I noticed in Helman is they have a special sitting area dedicated to 85 Hope where people can donate personal hygiene items. 85 Hope is a free medical clinic in Wabash, Indiana.

    Nathan Timmerman, a sophomore resident, says, “I love the balance of Helman. If you want a quiet experience you can enjoy it, but if you want to be social it’s also possible.”

    If you like all of these amenities, but seek a quieter dorm check out my blog on Oakwood! 

    BolanleOladokun
    Bolanle Oladokun ’18 is a Communication Studies Major. Since she was a kid, she’s always loved to talk and frequently got into trouble at school for talking so much. She loves making people laugh, recording videos, and hanging out with friends. She’s happy to be able to use her gift to put a smile on people’s faces.