the spring of 1971, Chesapeake Hall's North wing opened to house
residents, while the South wing was reserved for offices housing
Admissions, Humanities faculty, and Health Services. In 1978, the
building was turned completely over to residential space. The hall
was named for the Chesapeake Bay, the largest and richest estuary
in the United States.
has a game room on the ground floor which is equipped with pool
tables, ping pong, cable TV, and a kitchen.