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  • National Treasure

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I think it’s a sin that there are people who have graduated from the University in the last 70, 80 years, who have never set foot in the [Rotunda].

Historical preservation architect Jody Lahendro (Arch ’82) on the importance of reintegrating the Rotunda into student life.

Homestead Preserve - November 2016