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Stuen Hall, a residential unit for 110 women was dedicated on October 23, 1966. Named for Ole J. Stuen who was first a PLA student in 1902 and returned in 1913 as a teacher and coach and, with the exception of three years, served on the staff as a professor, librarian and alumni secretary until his death in 1953. Stuen Hall is located on the site of the home in which the Stuen family lived.

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Saga 1973, p.295. Stuen Hall, left to right: (lower row) Kathleen Peach, Carol Malvin, Sharon Weiss, Cameron Griffith, Pam Schoch, Chris Blair; (upper row) Darlene Buschert, Kathy Fredstrom, Jim Donovan, Maribeth Anderson, Linda Brending, Cindi Sheldon, Alexis Wilson, Randy Mahoney, Loreen Ferrero, Jan Pipe, Curt Hoffmann.

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Stuen Hall. Saga 1972, p. 310-311. Caption: "Wing reps and officers make up the Council, (l. to r.) standing: Mark Buchanan, Chuck Mitchell, Jim Donovan, Paul Skones. Seated: Dale Soden, Betty Jorgenson, Judy Anderson, Walt Binz. Kneeling: Jan Geschwind, and Gayle Duggar. (Mike Willis and Doug Parker, not pictured.)

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Stuen Hall, a residential unit for 110 women was dedicated on October 23, 1966. Named for Ole J. Stuen who was first a PLA student in 1902 and returned in 1913 as a teacher and coach and, with the exception of three years, served on the staff as a professor, librarian, and alumni secretary until his death in 1953. Stuen Hall is located on the site of the home in which the Stuen family lived.

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