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'''Hardy Hall''' is a residence hall, which borders Jamestown Road. It was originally named Jamestown North, as part of the [[Jamestown Residences]], completed in 2006.  In April 2016, the Board of Visitors unanimously approved a resolution renaming Jamestown North in honor of [[Carroll Hardy]], a tireless advocate for diversity at William & Mary and long-serving administrator in Student Affairs. [http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/wm-board-unanimously-approves-renaming-of-residence-halls-for-hardy-and-lemon123.php]  
 
'''Hardy Hall''' is a residence hall, which borders Jamestown Road. It was originally named Jamestown North, as part of the [[Jamestown Residences]], completed in 2006.  In April 2016, the Board of Visitors unanimously approved a resolution renaming Jamestown North in honor of [[Carroll Hardy]], a tireless advocate for diversity at William & Mary and long-serving administrator in Student Affairs. [http://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2016/wm-board-unanimously-approves-renaming-of-residence-halls-for-hardy-and-lemon123.php]  
  
'''President Taylor Reveley''' announced the proposed renaming of the residence halls in a campus-wide message related to a report by the university’s '''Task Force on Race and Race Relations'''. [http://www.wm.edu/sites/racerelations/index.php]
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'''President Taylor Reveley''' announced the proposed renaming of the Jamestown Residences in a campus-wide message related to a report by the university’s '''Task Force on Race and Race Relations'''. [http://www.wm.edu/sites/racerelations/index.php]
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 22:39, 25 April 2016

Hardy Hall is a residence hall, which borders Jamestown Road. It was originally named Jamestown North, as part of the Jamestown Residences, completed in 2006. In April 2016, the Board of Visitors unanimously approved a resolution renaming Jamestown North in honor of Carroll Hardy, a tireless advocate for diversity at William & Mary and long-serving administrator in Student Affairs. [1]

President Taylor Reveley announced the proposed renaming of the Jamestown Residences in a campus-wide message related to a report by the university’s Task Force on Race and Race Relations. [2]

References

  • Board of Visitors Records, Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library, The College of William and Mary.