Located at 4 North Park Street, the building—formerly a residence for staff and graduate students—has been reconfigured into eight townhouse-style units to accommodate 27 residents and an apartment for an adviser. The building includes a communal kitchen and rooms for educational meetings and social gatherings.
“Triangle House changes the footprint of campus,” says S. Caroline Kerr ’05, president of the Dartmouth Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Alumni Association (DGALA), and co-chair of the Triangle House Committee. “It’s a space built to serve not only the students who live in the house, but to support community, intellectual inquiry, and activism.”
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