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Ehringhaus South is
renamed after Koury
Alumnus has been
BY ALICE MILLER
As the Carolina blue ribbon was
cut Wednesday, Ehringhaus South
Residence Hall officially became
Maurice J. Koury Hall.
About 70 people attended a cer
emony where the South Campus
dorm was renamed in honor of
Koury, a UNC alumnus and donor.
The attendees ranged from those
in athletics to student affairs to the
general University community, rep
resenting the large impact Koury has
had on UNC.
“Over the years many students
will pass through Koury Hall," said
Roger Pfeny, chairman of the Board
ofThistees, who was at the event “It
is most appropriate that he will be
forever associated with the University
in this way as well as others."
Koury has contributed to many
areas of campus, including the
School of Dentistry, the College of
Arts and Sciences and the Kenan-
Flagler Business School.
He also affected athletics, rais
ing money to help start the Smith
Center. The Koury Natatorium also
is named in his honor.
And a recent donation of $2
million to the Division of Student
Affairs is only the latest in his long
history of donations.
The gift is the largest individual
investment that student affairs
has ever received, said Margaret
Jablonski, vice chancellor for stu
Koury s contribution will be split
to enhance theme housing in Koury
Hall, fund public art for residential
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Chancellor James Moeser and Maurice J. Koury cut a ceremonial ribbon
Wednesday to mark the renaming of Ehringhaus South in Koury's honor.
areas and support leadership devel
opmental programs that are still to
be defined, Jablonski said.
And this most recent donation
will have a lasting effect on student
life, which was one of the driving
factors in renaming the dorm.
The naming of a building is deter
mined by a University- naming com
mittee that advises administrators.
Some buildings are named for
historic campus figures while other
are named following large financial
In February 2007, Hinton James
North was renamed George Moses
Horton Residence Hall after a local
poet and former slave, who in the
early 1800s sold his writings to
Another South Campus dorm,
Paul Hardin Residence Hall was
renamed from Morrison South, to
honor the former chancellor for his
contributions to UNC.
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“In most cases, a donor who does
have a building named after them is
a lifelong friend of the University-,"
said Rick Bradley, assistant direc
tor in the Department of Housing
and Residential Education.
And lifelong friend of UNC is an
apt term for Koury .
Since graduating from UNC
in 1949, he has served on UNC’s
Board ofThistees and the Board of
Visitors, as an officer in the General
Alumni Association and as a part of
the Medical Foundation of North
“I’m proud to be able to be a part
of this University. My father always
believed in education and good
work ethics," Koury said.
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