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Saunders Hall is the main entrance to Darden's campus. The building is named after the Saunders family, who provided funding for both the hall and the school's grounds. Thomas A. Saunders III received his MBA from Darden in 1967. In 2008, he and Jordan Horner Saunders were awarded the National Humanities Medal by George W. Bush, who cited their "wise leadership and philanthropy on behalf of higher education."