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Stacy Residence Hall

Stacy Residence Hall

Stacy Residence Hall was completed as a men's dormitory in 1938, one of several new dorms built at the time using funds from the Public Works Administration. It is named for Marvin Hendrix Stacy, a math professor at Carolina who served briefly as acting president of the school after the death of Edward Kidder Graham in 1918, until he too succumbed to the flu epidemic.

Date Established: 1937

Date Range: 1937 – Present

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