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Woolman, Whittier, and Fox Women's Residence Halls

Woolman, Whittier, and Fox (WWF) are three traditional women's residence halls joined together. WWF typically houses mostly freshmen as well as many upperclassmen women. Rooms vary slightly in size. These rooms are doubles, meaning that they house two women. Each corridor shares a large community bathroom and each floor has a common lounge. WWF has no air conditioning. There is a laundry room on the first floor of Whittier Hall that is free to all residents of WWF.


Programs in WWF

The Merge: To kick off the year, all of the residents of WWF come together the evening before classes start to get to know each other and the Residence Life staff. We play games, learn each others' names, and each take part creating a work of art as a hall. This year, each resident made a square for a paper “quilt” which was displayed in our main lobby.

Little Saints Night:  Our biggest program of the year, Little Saints Night occurs every year around Halloween. Each floor in WWF is transformed into a different theme, complete with decorations from floor to ceiling, and each resident dresses in costume to pass out candy as children both from the Malone and Canton communities “trick or treat” through the halls. The competition between each floor is high and every year the women of WWF outdo themselves!

WWF Room Specifications


Meet the Staff

Resident Director

"I am excited to serve as the Resident Director for Woolman, Whittier and Fox Halls. The rich tradition and community found in these halls are very special, as well as the women that live here. I grew up on a farm outside of Massillon, Ohio and received my BA in Communication here at Malone, as well as my MA in Higher Education from Geneva College. My husband Derek is also a Malone alum, and we have two beautiful daughters Penny and Ruby. I feel honored to be a part of a student’s journey through college, and enjoy offering guidance, support, and a lot of fun along the way. As an undergrad here, I actually had the privilege of living in Fox and Woolman Halls, and can say from personal experience living here in WWF is truly a life changing experience!" - Kelly Myers

Assistant Resident Director

Mary Anne Self

Resident Advisers

Megan Lee - Woolman 1 South

Sara Walthour - Woolman 1 North

Emily Kublin - Woolman 2 South

Alicia Meyer - Woolman 2 North

Leah Webb - Whittier 2

Elizabeth Raynes - Fox 1 East

Chrissy Cameron - Fox 1 West

Megan Mauck - Fox 2 East

Caylie Mindling - Fox 2 West

WWF Floor Plan