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Littlefield Hall

Littlefield Hall

My best memories have been traveling up to the fourth floor, to my friend's room, who has a Wii, and me and him and a bunch of other Littlefield guys all just going crazy playing Super Smash. Definitely excellent and deserved breaks from the grueling nature of college academia.

Built in 1925, Littlefield Hall adjoins Maxcy Hall (once a residence hall and now home to the Sociology Department) and his named for George L. Littlefield, president of the First National Bank of Providence. The hall is composed of primarily doubles designated for sophomore-year housing.

Residence Hall Features

  • Communal restrooms are located on each floor.
  • Communal lounges are located on each floor.
  • A communal kitchen with microwave, range, and refrigerator is located on the first floor.
  • Laundry, Trash, and Recycling facilities are located in the basement.

Residence Hall Rooms

  • Singles: 4
  • Doubles: 32

Items Provided in Room

  • A bed (11.5 inches clearance from the floor) with twin extralong mattress and pillow
  • A desk and chair
  • A bookcase
  • A dresser
  • A built-in closet
  • A wastebasket
  • A recycling bin (shared between roommates)
  • General room lighting
  • Please see the New Student FAQ for suggestions on items to bring and not to bring.

Residential Peer Leaders

Littlefield Hall houses 2 Community Assistants and 3 Summer Residential Advisors. The first year counselors are there to provide educational and social opportunities as well as aid in the transition to life at Brown. Furthermore, Lina Fruzzetti, Professor of Anthropology, is the Faculty Fellow for the building, hosting weekly study breaks for students in the region.

Adame, Alan, class of

Summer Residential Advisor (Unit 1)

 

 

Giarraputo, James, class of

Summer Residential Advisor (Unit 1)

 

 

Lopez, Manuel, class of 2016

Community Assistant

 

 

Rosales, Joseph, class of

Summer Residential Advisor (Unit 1)

 

 

Yan, Sandra, class of 2015

Community Assistant