The Main Quad is the oldest section of the Stanford University campus and was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, a renowned landscape architect. It is approximately 17 acres and consists of a group of buildings that were heavy damaged by the earthquake in 1906. Since then, it has been rebuilt. Some of the functions of the buildings have included administrative space, classrooms, and research facilities. The Main Quadrangle is part of the university's academic preserve. Activities on this part of campus are limited to certain events and ceremonies, such as new student orientation, family weekend, reunion homecoming, Founder's Day celebrations, and commencement weekend.
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