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Darnall Hall is a six-floor dormitory of double occupancy rooms for freshman. The hall also features a restaurant, Epicurean, the Student Health Center, Auxilliary Services, the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity, Counseling and Psychiatric Services, Off-Campus Housing Resource Services and the GOCard Office.
Darnall Hall is named for Eleanor Darnall Carroll, mother of Georgetown founder John Carroll. The building was dedicated in 1965 as a women¿s residence. Renovated in 1996, the residence now houses men and women.
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