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      The OreoMay 24, 2011
      Quad
      • Villanova, United States

      Sculpted by artist Jay Dugan, the "Awakening" (or the Oreo) was given to Villanova as a gift in 1985 and has since become an iconic structure on campus.

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      The PavilionMay 24, 2011
      Basketball
      • Villanova, United States

      The 6,500-seat athletics arena and practice facility is home to the 'Nova men’s and women’s basketball teams. It is known for its famed student section, which constitutes 1/3 of its seating.

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      Davis Center for Athletics and FitnessMay 24, 2011
      Gym
      • Villanova, United States

      The third floor fitness facility open to the VU community includes 40+ cardio machines, exercise equipment including free weights as well as exercise classes such as aerobics, yoga and pilates.

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      Villanova University Career CenterMay 24, 2011
      Uncategorized
      • Villanova, United States

      Visit this office for help finding jobs and internships, thinking about your future, and making alumni/employer connections! Drop-in hours every afternoon.

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      Sheehan HallMay 24, 2011
      Residence Hall
      • Villanova, United States

      The first day that it is warm students will be throwing frisbees and relaxing on "the beach" , makes you feel like you are on a true college campus!

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      Connelly CenterMay 24, 2011
      Student Center
      • Villanova, United States

      Grab a coffee, some lunch, a flier for the next campus event, a movie or find a quiet place to study (or even nap).

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      St. Marys HallMay 20, 2011
      Residence Hall
      • Villanova, United States

      St. Mary's Hall was originally built as a seminary, and was once home to the College of Nursing. It contains more than 1,000 rooms.

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      Villanova UniversityMay 20, 2011
      University
      • Villanova, United States

      Villanova University is home to the only known instance of a naturally-growing sequoia east of the Mississippi River.

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      Kennedy HallMay 20, 2011
      Administrative Building
      • Villanova, United States

      Dedicated in 1969 to the great works of President John F. Kennedy and Senator Robert F. Kennedy. JFK made two seperate visits to Villanova University to deliver speeches.

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      Alumni HallMay 20, 2011
      Administrative Building
      • Villanova, United States

      Villanova's oldest structure built in 1848 was a Civil War hospital and was home to Villanova's first intercollegiate basketball game in 1920, the year the 'Cats played in the first Final Four.

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      John Barry HallMay 20, 2011
      Engineering
      • Villanova, United States

      John Barry Hall is the headquarters for all of the ROTC students, faculty and staff. Villanova has graduated more flag ranking Naval officers that any other ROTC program in the country (second only to

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      Tolentine HallMay 20, 2011
      Academic Building
      • Villanova, United States

      Built in 1899, Tolentine is one of the largest and oldest classroom buildings on campus.

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      Mendel Science CenterMay 20, 2011
      Science
      • Villanova, United States

      This building is named after Gregor Mendel, an Augustian Monk who is now recognized as the father of modern genetics.

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