Marlatt Hall was the only all-male residence hall at Kansas State University, United States.Starting with the 2009-2010 academic year, Marlatt became a coed residence hall which includes the honors program cluster floor (2nd floor), an Architecture cluster floor, and an Engineering cluster floor.  Marlatt has a capacity to house 612 men and women in a variety of suite and standard room options. Casino Night, Marlatt Hall Caroling Caravan, Haymaker Hall. Resident Assistant. Reagan Swank, Ford Hall Frank Sandoval, Haymaker Hall Daniel Wilson, Marlatt Hall Cassandra Nguyen, Smurthwaite Carolyn Countess, Goodnow Hall Andrew Marsh, Strong Community. Community. Smurthwaite Strong Community Marlatt Hall Haymaker Hall Moore Hall Wefald Hall West Hall Ford Hall. Moore Hall student leaders Marlatt Hall Casino Night. Submitted by MaryLyn Silverstein. The Marlatt Hall Council will host its annual program, Casino Night, at 7 p.m. Feb. 9 at Kramer Dining Center. Come play blackjack, plinko and roulette. Be entered into a raffle to earn prizes. The theme this year is "Las Vegas!" The event is open to all K-State students. Marlatt Hall: | || | | | | Marlatt Hall | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive Marlatt Hall now proudly owns the newest and most up-to-date kitchen on K-State's campus. During the 2010-2011 school year, Marlatt Hall received brand new elevators as well as a main desk area remodel. Marlatt Hall features a computer, television, and exercise rooms each in their respective areas of the hall. An interesting feature of Marlatt was that until the spring of 2010 Marlatt was one Marlatt Hall was the only all-male residence hall at Kansas State University, United States. Of these traditions, the most well known is the "Marlatt-West Casino Night." This event started in 1984 and has taken place in the Student Union annually for twenty-one years. In the 2005-2006 school year the hall president chose not to secure the room for the event, causing the casino night not to The most recent Casino Night was hosted Friday night in Kramer Dining Center, a first for the event. The event began as a get-together for Marlatt Hall, Ford Hall and West Hall, but over the years it has become a free event open to all Kansas State students and faculty. Students gather in the Jardine Tower for Marlatt Hall's Casino Night on Feb. 19, 2016.To purchase a photo, click here.
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