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David Kemp Residence Hall Dedicated

13a.kemphall.jpgThis fall, David Kemp Residence Hall (right), the new 75-bed student dormitory, opened its doors to students of all class years. The 29,000 square-foot, three-story building—a gift to the College from Giles Kemp ’72 and his wife Barbara Guss Kemp in honor of Kemp’s father—consists of single and double rooms including bi-level lofts. It shares a landscaped courtyard with its companion Alice Paul ’05 Residence Hall, and its design includes many similar environmentally sustainable features, including a green roof. The new hall was dedicated on Sept. 26 in the presence of the Kemp family and members of the Board of Managers.


WATCH: Dedication of the David Kemp Residence Hall video.

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