Letters SRC with a Lion head at the end. Underneath text "Stanford's Last Stand" All over black and white photo of Stanford Residential College.

Tuesday, April 23 | 6:30 p.m. | Clark Recital Hall Quad
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Celebrate 55 Years of Stanford Residential College

Join us to celebrate the decomissioning of Stanford Residential College in all its regal glory while we make way for Centennial Village and the future of on-campus housing at the University of Miami. Look towards our future and enjoy free food, entertainment, and SRC swag to celebrate this longstanding icon of the University.

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Photo of Henry King Stanford
Text: Henry King Stanford - Stanford Residential College’s namesake, Henry King Stanford, was the third president of the University and served from 1962 to 1981. The residential college was originally called the 960 complex but was renamed after the beloved president in 1985.
Photo of Ray Bellamy
Text: Ray Bellamy - Having lived in Stanford Residential College while playing for the Miami Hurricanes, Ray Bellamy was the first black football player on scholarship in the Deep South and the University’s first black student government president.
Photo of Patricia A. Whitely
Text: Patricia A. Whitely - Dr. Patricia A. Whitely, our Senior Vice President for Student Affairs and Alumni Engagement, has been an Impactful member of the University community since 1982. She previously served as the Residence Coordinator in Stanford Residential College from 1982 to 1987.
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