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      • McGinley Square, Jersey City, United States (67)
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      Dineen HallApril 6, 2011
      History
      • Jersey City, United States

      William Buckley Jr. spoke on October 24, 1960. His speech on the Cold War that "co-existence breeds pacifism, pacifism breeds apathy, apathy breeds defeat," received strong reactions from everyone.

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      Dineen HallApril 6, 2011
      History
      • Jersey City, United States

      Julian Bond, a GA legislator for civil rights, spoke in 1969, saying "power concedes nothing without demand, it never has and it never will." The student senate president then called for a strike.

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      Saint Peter HallApril 6, 2011
      Residence Hall
      • Jersey City, United States

      On December 19, 1958, ground was broken for Saint Peter's Hall. MostRev. Martin Stanton, the Auxiliary Bishop of Newark and alumnus of theclass of 1919, blessed the ground.

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      Saint Peter HallApril 6, 2011
      Residence Hall
      • Jersey City, United States

      St. Peter Hall served as a Jesuit residence until 1995 when it wasconverted into dormitories for sophomore students, a chapel, a meetinghall, and office space for various administrative departments.

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      Saint Peter HallApril 6, 2011
      Residence Hall
      • Jersey City, United States

      St. Peter Chapel, the College's present chapel, only became available tothe College Community in 1994 when the Jesuit community moved theirresidence from St. Peter Hall to 50 Glenwood.

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      Yanitelli Recreational Life CenterApril 6, 2011
      Basketball
      • Jersey City, United States

      In the 1930's, before the Rec Center existed, the College's basketballteam played on campus in Collins gym. Their opponents included HudsonCollege's Half Moons.

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      Yanitelli Recreational Life CenterApril 6, 2011
      Basketball
      • Jersey City, United States

      In 1973, ground was broken for a new "life sports" center to benefit athleticand intramural programs.

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      Yanitelli Recreational Life CenterApril 6, 2011
      Basketball
      • Jersey City, United States

      When you enter the RLC look up. This copper sculpture of Saint Peter, the fisherman, was created by Charles Vukovich. It measures 24 feet wide by 17 feet tall.

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      Yanitelli Recreational Life CenterApril 6, 2011
      Basketball
      • Jersey City, United States

      On November 2, 2002, Kendren "Kiki" Clark played his first basketball game in the Yanitelli Center. He scored 3,058 points in four seasons, the 6th player in NCAA DI history to reach 3,000 points.

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      Guarini HouseApril 6, 2011
      Administrative Building
      • Jersey City, United States

      This building is a gift from Congressman Frank J. Guarini. It serves asthe residence of the College President.

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      Whelan HallApril 6, 2011
      Residence Hall
      • United States

      Made possible by the generosity of Thomas Whelan, Class of 1968,Whelan Hall opened its doors in 1993. The building is named in honor ofhis parents, Florence and John Whelan.

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      Jaroschak FieldApril 6, 2011
      Baseball
      • Jersey City, United States

      Until the building of Jaroschak Field in the late 1990's, the baseball team played home games at Caven Point Field in Jersey City. The field, which was renamed Cochrane Field, is on the NJ waterfront.

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      Jaroschak FieldApril 6, 2011
      Baseball
      • Jersey City, United States

      Since 1969 SPC has played baseball on the NCAA Division I-A level.

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      Pope HallApril 6, 2011
      Academic Building
      • Jersey City, United States

      Pope Hall was dedicated on April 24, 1970. The building is currently the home of the newly renovated Pope Hall Lecture Theatre, the college's television studio, and numerous classrooms.

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      Pope HallApril 6, 2011
      Academic Building
      • Jersey City, United States

      On September 9, 1965, Fr. Yanitelli, S.J. and Bishop John J. Dougherty of the Newark Diocese broke ground on Pope Hall.

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      Rankin HallApril 6, 2011
      Arts
      • Jersey City, United States

      When Cardinal Francis Joseph Spellman and Father Rankin dedicated the building, the first floor was a rifle range for ROTC. The rifle range was converted into a batting cage for our baseball team.

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      Rankin HallApril 6, 2011
      Arts
      • Jersey City, United States

      In February 1959 the College bought a former Buick dealership and renamed it Rankin Hall in honor of Rev. Richard Rush Rankin, S.J., an alum and later a faculty member.

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      McDermott HallApril 6, 2011
      Academic Building
      • Jersey City, United States

      On October 28, 1949 Rev. James F. McDermott, in the presence of MayorJohn V. Kenny, blessed the cornerstone of McDermott Hall.

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      McDermott HallApril 6, 2011
      Academic Building
      • Jersey City, United States

      Hello, Ladies! In 1966 women began taking classes in the day session. Although some of the males took to wearing buttons proclaiming, "This is a man's school," protests quieted down in a few weeks.

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      Quad at SPCApril 6, 2011
      Quad
      • United States

      Much of the Jersey City campus is built on the former Young Estate.Edward F.C. Young, Jersey City's wealthiest resident and most powerfulfinancial and political figure in the late 1800s

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