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Ariel Kelly, a Park and Recreation graduate who is a park ranger at Yosemite National Park, was interviewed as part of a program feature that highlights beautiful places in America.

Video at ABC.com

Named in recognition of the fort's original commander, Brady Hall was built in 1930s to serve as a barracks for WACS. When Fort Brady was recommissioned as Lake Superior State University the barracks were transformed into a men's residence hall. In addition to a maximum of 196 freshmen/sophomore students, Brady Hall is home to the student-run radio station and Lake State Housing Office. original commander,

For more information, visit the Brady Hall stop on the Lake State Virtual Tour


Brady Hall as it appeared in the 1940's

Brady Hall as it appears today.
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