Built in 1988 by the generosity of the Robert ('37) and Ray ('65) Siegfried of Tulsa, Oklahoma, residents of Siegfried Hall first called themselves "The Slammers" but in 1997 became "The Ramblers," the name by which Notre Dame's athletic teams were known before they were called the "Fighting Irish." From the beginning, Siegfried's interhall athletic squads have been known for their competitiveness and winning ways. The "Hall of Champions" proudly boasts serial championships in all sports. Hall colors are maroon and white.
Rev. John Conley, C.S.C.
Ordained as a priest in Holy Cross in 1979, Father John Conley received both his B.A. in History and his Master of Divinity degree from the University of Notre Dame. He also received a Master's in Education degree from Loyola University of Chicago. Father John served as teacher and assistant principal of Notre Dame High School for Boys in Niles, Illinois, as well as principal of Bourgade Catholic High School in Phoenix, Arizona. Before he became the rector of Siegfried Hall in 1997, he was the Director of Vocations for the Indiana Province of the Congregation of Holy Cross. During this time, he had lived in residence at Alumni Hall.
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|Chapel||Our Lady, Seat of Wisdom|
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