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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Photo of the Day: Seney Hall

Seney Hall opened on the Oxford campus in 1881, and its beauty didn't diminish when Emory College moved to Atlanta in 1915. It remains a center of academic life at Oxford College, and Seney's Hall's walls (which do talk if you listen closely) can weave a web of fascinating stories. From the origins of its remarkable bell to its flirtation with superstardom in the 1970s and 80s (you can skip to the 55 second mark if you want, but the video is more entertaining in its entirety) to more recent visitors of the four-legged kind, Seney Hall has experienced more varied Emory history than perhaps any other campus building.

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