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    • Beadle Hall

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota Normal School -- Buildings
    • Beadle Hall was originally called West Wing. Its doors opened in September of 1886. Originally the Library and President's office were housed in the building and the Model School training department was in the basement. The name of the building...
    • Jerald A. Tunheim Classroom Building

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings; Dakota Normal School -- Buildings; Madison State Normal School -- Buildings
    • In 2002-2003, the original Science Hall was completely renovated to become the technology center on campus and was named the TCB – Technology Classroom Building. In September 25, 2009 it was dedicated and named the Jerald A. Tunheim Classroom...
    • C. B. Kennedy Center

    • Dakota State College -- Buildings; Dakota State University -- Buildings
    • The C.B. Kennedy Center was built in 1987 on the site where Kennedy Hall used to stand. The Kennedy Center includes 11 classrooms and three computer labs. The building’s arch features various stones from the old Kennedy Hall.
    • Community Center

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings
    • In 2000, the Madison Community Center was built as a joint effort between Dakota State University and the Madison Community. The Community Center, or CC as it is commonly called, is a facility providing activities for both young and old. The CC...
    • Campus renovation

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings
    • In 2003, banners on Egan and Washington Avenue and around the athletic complex were added; lighting, landscaping and banners were added to the mall area of campus, new sculptures were added to the entrance of the Technology Classroom Building.
    • New Arches

    • Dakota State University -- Buildings
    • In December 2004, the “New Arches” were dedicated. This is the entrance to campus from Washington Avenue.
    • University park

    • Buildings.; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota
    • A boy peeks out the door of his home in University Park. University Park, which housed fifty-seven families in 1948, provided fuel oil, electricity, and laundry facilities to its residents for free. Vern L. Cadwell, director of housing for the...
    • Research into radiation

    • Professor; Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Departments.; Universities and colleges--Faculty.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. School of Medicine
    • Shown here is one of the monkeys used by the USD medical school for research on the effects of radiation. During the early 1950s, defense-related studies were also being conducted in the math, physics, and psychology departments. In 1951, Dr....
    • Kappa Alpha Theta house

    • Greek letter societies.; Kappa Alpha Theta; Students.; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota
    • Mrs. Ball, housemother for the Kappa Alpha Theta house, pours coffee for the Thetas at their get-together.
    • Observatory

    • Buildings.; Students.; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota
    • An unidentified student peers through the telescope at the observatory located on the north side of Inman Field on the University of South Dakota campus. The observatory was built in 1917 at the cost of $6,500. Features of the observatory included...
    • Commencement procession, Old Main

    • Buildings.; Students.; Universities and colleges.; University of South Dakota
    • Graduation customs and traditions have changed with the years. For example, in 1914 the tradition consisted of the juniors forming an arch with black and orange pendants. Both the University President and Chancellor led the procession, followed by...
    • Home economics

    • Students.; Universities and colleges.; Universities and colleges--Departments.; University of South Dakota; University of South Dakota. College of Arts and Sciences
    • Home economics classes were held in the north end of Dakota Hall, which also housed the girls’ dormitory. This photograph shows Mrs. Amy Eastman teaching a foods class. This room had several individual “kitchens” for students to use.

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