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Newman Quad

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Newman Quad is named after John Henry Newman who was one of John Keble’s close friends within the Tractarian Movement in the 1830s.

The Quad (formerly known as the Fellows’ Garden) was re-named after the completion of the Sloane Robinson Building in 2002 and was named by Sir Anthony O’Reilly on the same day that the Sloane Robinson Building was opened in October.

The Sloane Robinson and ARCO buildings complement the Butterfield architecture and have finally exhausted the areas where Keble can build within the curtilage.

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Students build snowmen in Newman Quad

Newman Quad