People tend to check in during these times:
Richard Nixon made a campaign stop here just before the 1968 election. The rally was held in Dinneen Auditorium. To accommodate the overflow crowd, the speech was piped into the College's cafeteria.
The Argus Eyes Play Club met for the first time on December 12, 1913. Its first public performance was on January 14, 1934, with three one-act plays. At the time, the college was exclusively men.
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.
In September 1965, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. addressed a crowd, denying the idea that equal rights was a matter of time and the movement should move slowly. "The time is already now," he declared.
The Theatre is named in honor of Roy Irving, a professor and professional actor. Professor Irving was the director of the Argus Eyes Drama Society from 1948-89.
Affectionately known as "The Railroad Hall" and "the BowlingAlley" because of its unique shape, the Arts Building was razed in the mid-1950's.
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.
On the weekends, brunch in the caf is a must! From 11 AM-2 PM the Hudson Room offers its finest meal on Saturday and Sunday.
Ted Kennedy received an honorary degree at the 1967 Michaelmas. The senator spoke on the "generation gap" saying the current generation "welcomes dissent with an almost frightening thirst."
Every Wednesday morning, you can stop by the Office of Campus Ministry for Bagel Wednesdays! Get there early to chew and chat with other students!
In the base level of Dinneen Hall Jazzman's Cafe is serving up coffee and pastries. Enjoy a treat by the outdoor fountain.
On June 10, 1996, Madeline Albright, the United States ambassador to the United Nations, delivered an address discussing US foreign policy interests, in the Roy Irving Theatre.
When the weather is nice, take your lunch outside and enjoy the tables on either side of the Pavonia Room!
Before Dinneen Hall was constructed, the site was host to The ArtsBuilding. The Arts Building housed temporary classrooms in the mid1930's.
Hungry? You can often find bake sales on the first floor of Dinneen during the noon hour!
Sandella’s Flatbreads’ Brazilian Chicken Flatbread or Chicken Broccoli Panini are sure to tickle your taste buds! Try one for lunch!
One of the best iced lattes ive ever had, and this is coming from a Starbucks junkie.
Don’t eat beef? Just ask, and the Hudson Room will grill up a turkey burger or a veggie burger on the spot!
Do you like cards or video games? Stop by Jazzman’s, and you’ll almost always find a crowd by the sofas playing cards or gaming!
Check out the signs around Jazzman’s Café for their upcoming seasonal specials!
Need a pick me up? Grab a caramel latte or a caramel latte blast from Jazzman’s Café!
If you need something to do, visit Student Activities for a list of clubs and on-campus events!
This building is named after Rev. Joseph Dinneen, S.J., president, fund-raiser, and builder of dreams.
Keep your eyes on the door of the theatre in Dinneen for upcoming performances!
In 1957, Rev. Thomas Aloysius Boland, the Archbishop of Newarkdedicated Dinneen Hall.
Bring your walking shoes. Hella steps to climb.
There's a lot of stairs