Brink Hall was a student apartment complex primarily for upperclassmen. Brink apartments featured two bedrooms, a bath, and kitchenette. Twelve apartments provided space for up to 48 students (four persons per apartment). The complex had a lounge, recreation area and laundry room.
Brink Hall was built in 1976 and was named in honor of the late Regent Lyman A. Brink of Hallock, Minnesota. Brink was a prominent attorney in Hallock when he was appointed to represent Minnesota's Seventh Congressional District on the University Board of Regents in 1968.
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