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:I agree, it looks like gossip against Brown and doesn't help Conservapedia's goal of no gossip. <font color="FFD700">[[User:ColinR|ColinR]]</font><sup><font color="000000">[[User_talk:ColinR|talk]]</font></sup> 13:51, 26 March 2007 (EDT)
 
:I agree, it looks like gossip against Brown and doesn't help Conservapedia's goal of no gossip. <font color="FFD700">[[User:ColinR|ColinR]]</font><sup><font color="000000">[[User_talk:ColinR|talk]]</font></sup> 13:51, 26 March 2007 (EDT)
  
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::  Maybe it would just be easier to keep the information, and get rid of the "no gossip" goal.  --[[User:Huey gunna getcha|Huey gunna getcha]] 16:06, 26 March 2007 (EDT)
 
== Sayles Hall ==
 
== Sayles Hall ==
  

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If there's no citation for the info about Brown and the slave trade, the information should be removed.--Murray 13:49, 26 March 2007 (EDT)

I agree, it looks like gossip against Brown and doesn't help Conservapedia's goal of no gossip. ColinRtalk 13:51, 26 March 2007 (EDT)
Maybe it would just be easier to keep the information, and get rid of the "no gossip" goal. --Huey gunna getcha 16:06, 26 March 2007 (EDT)

Sayles Hall

Sayles Hall is neither one of the oldest buildings on campus, nor was it built for religious purposes; it was (and is) a lecture hall, bult in 1881. A chapel, known as the "Little Chapel", was added in a side-room in 1945, and indeed is still there -- but it would be misleading to imply that the building's primary use was ever for the holding of religious services.

see the entry on the Hall in the Encyclopedia Brunoniana Boethius