The new buildings on the Taitsuen campus were named after buildings on the Guangzhou campus and constructed to reflect the architectural features of the original. The original Graybill Hall was named for Henry B. Graybill who was on the Lingnan faculty from 1903 to 1926. He was principal of the Lingnan Middle School and is best known to Lingnanians as the author of the English words to the school anthem. The melody of the anthem is from an 1850s ballad, Annie Lisle, written by H. S. Thompson. It became the anthem of Cornell University in 1870 and has been copied by numerous schools since, including the American University in Beirut and Washington and Jefferson College, Dr. Happer’s alma mater. The song was translated into Chinese by the joint efforts among Szto Wai and Mr. Chen Ji-wu (陳輯五).