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Enjoy the melodic chiming of the 48 bronze bells serenading campus today. The bells can be heard outdoors anywhere in the vicinity of Hoover Tower.
The performance is free and open to the public.
About the Carillon
Named in honor of First Lady and Stanford alumna, Lou Henry Hoover, the carillon is composed of 48 bells located on the 14th floor of Hoover Tower. The carillon was a gift from the Belgian-American Education Foundation, which symbolizes an overall purpose to promote peace and personal freedom and to foster ideas that strengthen a free society.
For more on the history of the Hoover Carillon, click here.
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