||Rev. Edward J. Gannon, founder of the Special Jesuit Liberal Arts Program and the first University faculty member to earn the title “University Professor,” allowing him to teach in any department
||Leung, Hemmler, Camayd
Gannon Hall, Lavis Hall, and McCormick Hall (informally referred to by students as "GLM") comprise a 210-bed student residential complex, with a large lounge in each wing and small lounges on each floor. The complex was constructed in 1990-1991 at a cost of approximately $3.7 million on the site formerly known to students as "Nevils Beach."
"Dorm planned for Nevils beach
6 December 1989: 1.
"Construction of three dorms on Nevils' Beach set for spring
14 February 1990: 1.
"Dorm construction on schedule
4 October 1990: 6.