An upper-class, coed hall with 97 residents, Noah was built in the early 1930s and boasts high ceilings, chandeliers, wood paneling, and lounges with fireplaces. Most rooms are singles or open doubles, and there are several triples and a few super singles.
The fourth floor of Noah used to be home to the Sci-Fi Hall. In Fall 2007, the number of applicants exceeded the capacity of the fourth floor, and Sci-Fi hall moved to North. As of the 2011-12 school year, the first floor contains DIY Hall.
Noah Hall was remodeled in Summer 2008 to include tiled floors, new furniture, new fixtures, and many other things.
"An all-upperclass dorm now. Pretty, quiet, with beautiful lounges. In 2004-05, it is a test case for gender-neutral rooms, which is good to finally see. For upper-classmen, probably the second-best option, after Talcott." --ilunas 
"The fact that there's only one kitchen on the south side of the first floor was definitely an issue for me. The walls are tissue-paper thin, so unless you want your sexual escapades to be known by the entire floor, keep it quiet. Due to the lounges, the second-floor rooms are a lot smaller than those on the first or fourth floors." --jude 
"There's really two parts of Noah - Noah, and the Sci-Fi Hall. The main part of Noah is remarkably quiet: I've been there numerous times throughout the year and have never seen or heard another living being. The rooms are nice, I've heard, but a little on the small side. The dorm itself is fairly easy to manage: nothing like the twists and turns of North/South. My perception is that it's a nice place to live in, but there's not much community to it... since most of the people there are upperclassmen, they've chosen to room with a friend or two and are able to keep to themselves if they want to. Sci-Fi/Fantasy Hall is generally filled with cool people, but I think I'm biased (being a geek and all). Either way, it's a lot closer, for better or worse. My friends tell me about the dramas going on, but I prefer soap operas. It seems a little childish to me, but I guess if you're into that kind of thing it's probably a perfect fit." --rchicken 
"Sci-Fi/Fantasy Hall--Never actually lived here, but most of my friends do. It provides instant community, if you are interested in gaming/fantasy/ etc. However, this can be a big drawback if you are trying to study." --researcher 
"Technically an upperclass dorm. The rooms are large, and pretty. The lounges have fireplaces and are gorgeous. Moreso than any other dorm that I've heard of on campus the walls are made out of low-quality tissue paper. The fourth floor isn't accessible by elevator, which sucks if you have joint problems. Three lounges (all on the second floor), plus an unfinished basement with a piano and one (small) kitchen. Singles, open doubles and triples." --settingshadow 
"Sci-fi fantasy hall can have it's drama. I know some good people who will be living there next year, (not on the hall though)" --anonymous