St. Edward’s Hall is the oldest residence hall on campus and is named after the patron saint of University founder Fr. Edward Sorin, C.S.C., St. Edward the Confessor. With a mural painted by Luigi Gregori, the same artist who painted the murals of the Main Building and the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, St. Edward’s is the only Notre Dame residence hall listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It is also where Knute Rockne received his First Communion in 1925. Annual events include the Spring Yacht Dance and Founder’s Week, which is held each fall in honor of the hall’s history and traditions. St. Edward’s also hosts the fundraiser, “Mullets Against Malaria” for the charity Nothing But Nets, which purchases mosquito nets and advocates for the prevention of Malaria in third-world countries.