Hashinger

Address:  1632 Engel Road, Lawrence Kansas

Phone: (country code +1)785-864-8095

Hashinger Hall is a center for the creative arts. “Hash” is located atop Daisy Hill and in 2005, it was renovated to include a small theater, studio, rehearsal and performance space for residents. The Academic Resource Center in Hashinger also houses a sheet music and script collection. Students may arrange single occupancy contracts on a limited basis.

Hashinger Hall two-person room


The Studio and Pulse coffeeshop are located in Hashinger Hall
 
The first-floor Academic Resource Center


Hospital Ships performing in Hashinger


Studying in the theater


Hashinger is the Center for the Creative Arts


The ARC features computers, sheet music, art supplies and more


Rooms are two-person and have a sink area


 

Contributing to Academics

  • Center for the Performing Arts
  • Wireless Internet
  • Print your class assignments at the "print anywhere" stations in your hall
  • Faculty Partner who lives in the building

 

Your Room

  • Lofted bed
  • Extra-long twin mattress
  • Desk
  • Desk chair
  • Dresser
  • Closet
  • Sink with mirror
  • Trash can
  • Venetian blinds

 

Your Hall

  • Located on Daisy Hill
  • Two-person rooms with sink (view hall layout)
  • 370 coed residents
  • Living rooms on each floor
  • KU Card-operated laundry areas
  • Opened in 1962; Renovated 2006

 

Have Fun Here

  • Enjoy practice rooms
  • See various shows and performances in the black box theater
  • Painting and pottery room
  • Textiles room
  • Studio space
  • Ping Pong, air hockey, and pool table
  • Walking distance from other students on Daisy Hill

             

 


KARI STONE
Complex Director
785-864-1051
kstone@ku.edu

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Joannie Grosdidier
Administrative Assistant
785-864-8096
jgs@ku.edu

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