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Articles Tagged ‘ Anne Arundel Hall ’

March 1, 201112:17 am

Anne Arundel Grounds Hide History

Students and employees from Historic St. Mary’s City (HSMC) have been excavating the grounds around Anne Arundel Hall since this summer in anticipation of the scheduled demolition. (Photo by Ryan Gugerty)


In anticipation of the demolition of Anne Arundel Hall, there has been a whirlwind of activity around the building as members of both the College and Historic St. Mary’s City (HSMC) search for pieces of history that have remained hidden underground around the building for centuries.

Posted in Features

October 6, 20096:00 am

Renowned Sitar Player Performs at St. Mary's


On September 25, the Asian Studies Club and the Lecture and Fine Arts Committee hosted a lecture and performance by renowned sitar player Ustad Imrat Khan. The lecture was held in the Blakistone Room of Anne Arundel Hall at 5 p.m. and lasted until about 6:30. The concert was held at St. Mary’s Hall from […]

September 2, 200911:30 am

Capital Design Advisory Prepares Community for Anne Arundel Replacement


The Capital Design Advisory (CDA) Committee held an open house on Aug. 13th and a public meeting on Aug. 19th, to discuss the replacement of Anne Arundel Hall and the new Maryland Heritage Interpretive Center. The meetings are intended to inform the community of the relationship between the College and Historic St. Mary’s City (HSMC) […]

February 10, 200911:40 am

St. Mary’s Working in Tandem with HSMC


The mass exodus of administrative offices from Anne Arundel Hall and Margaret Brent Hall to Glendening Hall is only one part of a much larger restructuring of South Campus, which promises to connect the college with Historic St. Mary’s City (HSMC) in beneficial new ways. Glendening Hall, the new home of such administrative offices as […]