Zahm House
EST 1937


The Zahm Section in the North Dining Hall

The men of Zahm socialize a lot together. First and foremost, they normally eat their meals together daily in the Zahm section of the North Dining Hall (mid-south upper balcony). This is unique to the House and one of the reasons why the men of Zahm know one another so well. Freshmen and upperclassmen simply go to whatever spots are free at the tables and enjoy the company of their fellow Zahmbies.

Open Door Tradition

It's a long-standing tradition in Zahm for men to keep their doors open when they're in their rooms and not sleeping or studying so that fellow Zahmbies can pop-in to say "hi," to talk, to laugh, to play video games, or what not.

Annual Events

Below are some the usual social events, which often have an educational or religious component, as well.

    • Alumni Reunion
    • Away Football Game Day Watches
    • Battle for the Shadow with St. Edward's Hall
    • Brother-Sister week with Cavanaugh Hall
    • Decade Dance
    • Dinner with a Zahmbie
    • End of the Year Dinner and Staff Roast
    • Frosh-O
    • "Here Come the Irish" Football Banner Raisings and BBQs
    • Hesburgh Challenge
    • Junior-Parent Weekend
    • Lighting of Terrence the Tree
    • Moreau Day Sunday Mass and Social
    • Ping Pong Tournament
    • Section Basketball
    • Section Events
    • Section Football
    • Section Olympics
    • Section Masses and Socials
    • Spring Carnival
    • St. Albert the Great Patronal Feast Day with "A Wing and a Prayer"
    • Torquemada
    • The Underground
    • Weekend Retreat
    • Zahm House Awards
    • Zahm Fire
    • Zahm Independence Day
    • Zahm Interhall Sports
    • Zahm Militant Events
    • Zormal Dance

Apparel Commissioners

Austin Rotter, Carter Collins, Troy Vertizan

Dance Commissioners

Jonathan Austin, Jordan Isner

Grill Masters

Sam MacGinty, Joe Calce

Football Banner Commissioners

John Brolly, Pat Zimmer, Logan Thayer

Head Social Commissioner

Jonathan Kotek

Zahm-Cavanaugh (Brother-Sister Halls) Commissioners

Brian Curley, Pat Zimmer