This building is made up of four residence halls, which were renovated in 1997: Anderson (#13), Bromfield (#10), Chapman (#11) and Dunbar (#14). Built in 1964, this building was named for Dr. Ralph Garling Harshman, fifth president of the University. Chapman Hall was named after Johnny Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed, a pioneer who traveled and planted apple orchards over much of Northwest Ohio. For historical information about this building, see Harshman Quadrangle on BGSU’s Historic Campus Tour. Click the provided link above.