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The '''New Campus''' is a commonly used name for the area of the [[College of William and Mary]] built post-1940s as opposed to the [[Historic Campus]] or [[Sunken Garden]] campus whose construction was predominantly completed prior to then. Buildings in the New Campus include [[Small Hall]], [[Swem Library]], [[Lambert Hall]], [[Andrews Hall]], [[Rogers Hall]], and others.
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The '''New Campus''' is a commonly used name for the area of the [[College of William and Mary]] built post-1940s as opposed to the [[Historic Campus]] or [[Sunken Garden]] campus whose construction was predominantly completed prior to then. Buildings in the New Campus include [[Small Hall]], [[Swem Library]], [[Lamberson Hall]], [[Andrews Hall]], [[Rogers Hall]], and others.
  
  

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The New Campus is a commonly used name for the area of the College of William and Mary built post-1940s as opposed to the Historic Campus or Sunken Garden campus whose construction was predominantly completed prior to then. Buildings in the New Campus include Small Hall, Swem Library, Lamberson Hall, Andrews Hall, Rogers Hall, and others.