The word lodge really has two meanings to a Freemason. It is both a place where Masonic meetings are held, and a collective term for the members who meet there. So, as weird as it sounds, you could say that a lodge meets in a lodge. In fact, many different lodges can meet at different times in the same lodge building. This practice is common in larger cities, where one building may have many rooms for lodge meetings and dozens of lodges that share them.
University Lodge meets on the first and third Tuesday of the month, September through June, at the Northwest Masonic Temple. The brethren of the lodge gather prior to the meeting at 6:15 PM for refreshment and conversation. Afterwards, meetings begin promptly at 7:00 PM.