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University of New Hampshire Smith Hall
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Smith Hall, built in 1908, is the smallest and oldest residence hall on campus. With just under 100 residents, it feels more like a home than a hall and with an International Living theme, the Smith Hall family spans the globe. Although the proportions of International and American students are always changing, the Smith tradition of internationally aware and culturally enthusiastic students still remains.

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