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  • Wren Building

    Generally referred to simply as the Wren Building or College Building at William & Mary in Virginia, The Sir Christopher Wren Building is the oldest college building in the United States. It is a National Historic Landmark and is listed on the United States National Register of Historic Places.
  • Yates Hall

    Yates Hall Constructed: 1962 Renovated: 1996 Named for: William Yates fifth President of the College
  • Zable Stadium

    Zable Stadium is William & Mary's main football and track and field venue. Before its dedication as Zable Stadium in 1990, it was known as Cary Field or Cary Field Stadium or William & Mary Stadium (unofficially). It is located between the Sadler Center and the Alumni House. The Jimmye…

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