The Endicott College said on Twitter that the college released its latest dormitory, honored Pete Fretz, and organized a huge ice bucket challenge on Tuesday. Around 4 p. m. , The campus community attended the unveiling ceremony of the Peter Frates Hall, named after the former captain and colleague of the Boston University baseball team Founder of the ALS ice bucket challenge. According to Endicott, Frates and his family were unveiled on the spot, and after the event, a visit to the new facilities was provided on the east side of the Beverly campus. Since Frates, 27 years old, was diagnosed in 2012, he has been raising awareness about the hardening of muscle atrophy lateral cords (ALS) Or the disease of Luggie. In 2014, the Ice Bucket Challenge raised more than $0. 225 billion to recognize and study the disease. The students gathered to try to break the world record for the biggest ice bucket challenge, which Endicott said was 776 people. About 1,500 students took part in the challenge, the school said on Twitter.