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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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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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SLA. Saga 1979, p.147. Caption: "Attempting incognito to overcome the studious Stuen stereotype, the SLA (Stuen Libration Army) was the organizer of many mysterious campus raids."

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SLA. Saga 1979, p.147. Caption: "Attempting incognito to overcome the studious Stuen stereotype, the SLA (Stuen Libration Army) was the organizer of many mysterious campus raids."

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The back entrance of Stuen Hall, a student residence facility. It was built in 1966 on the site of the former home of Ole J. Stuen, professor and librarian at the college from 1913 until the time of his death in 1952.

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