The university announced on September 18, 2007Douthit Hills apartment complex, which was closed last year. The houses have been purchased by Dan Ward House Movers of Six Mile-win situation for everyone: for Clemson, for the environment and for Dan WardGary Gaulin, associate director of residential facilities projects. The houses were donated to the university in 1967 by the Gerrish Milliken plant in Pendleton. They were moved into the Douthit HillsJill Allen, a senior architecture major from Birmingham, Ala.; Joseph Lane, a senior architecture major from Columbia; and Scott Brothers, a senior construction science and management major from Greenwood, found that these nine houses are good candidates for moving because they are structurally sound; they have a rectangular, one-Raymond SchneiderDouthit Hills-making here at the university," Gaulin said. "When the questions about possibly moving the nine Miliken houses came up, the written study from the students made a huge difference in the decision-Daniel Drive, has been purchased by local Realtor Tal Slann, who grew up in the house. Douthit Hills was closed in June 2006 because maintenance needs of the homes became too great. Most of the homes were built in the 1950s, making it one of the oldest residence areas on campus. This article is a stub. If you know something about this topic, you can help by .