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St. Cloud State University History Quiz #10

1. University Archives was established in March 1977 by St. Cloud State president Charles Graham. Who served as the first University Archivist?

a. Tom Steman
b. Jerry Westby
c. Marie Elsen

2. Halenbeck Hall opened in 1965 as St. Cloud State's physical education and athletic facility, replacing Eastman Hall, which opened in 1930. Eastman Hall was named for whom?

a. Linda Eastman
b. Alvah Eastman
c. Eastman Kodak

3. Atwood Memorial Center opened in 1966 as St. Cloud State's first building constructed as a student union. Who is the facility named for?

a. Clarence Atwood
b. Allen Atwood
c. Helen Atwood

4. Lawrence Hall, built in 1905, is named for whom?

a. Isabel Lawrence
b. Vicki Lawrence
c. Karin Lawrence

5. Halenbeck Hall, which opened in 1965 and replaced Eastman Hall, has the university's physical education facilities and was named for what person?

a. Jim Halenbeck
b. Philip Halenbeck
c. Jennifer Halenbeck

6. Many scholars, entertainers and speakers have visited the St. Cloud State campus for events. In 1974, which one of these people visited St. Cloud State?

a. Leonard Nimoy, better known as Star Trek's "Mr. Spock"
b. Comedian Bob Hope
c. Journalist Hunter S. Thompson

7. In what year did St. Cloud State students riot on campus during homecoming weekend?

a. 1956
b. 1972
c. 1988

8. St. Cloud State's student newspaper, University Chronicle, has been published since when?

a. 1892
b. 1924
c. 1950

9. What social fraternity was the first at St. Cloud State?

a. Tau Kappa Epsilon
b. Acacia
c. Theta Chi

10. Case Hall, built in 1964, was named after whom?

a. Marie Case
b. Eckstein Case
c. Leonard Case, Jr.

Questions written by Tom Steman, University Archivist.
All information and images taken from St. Cloud State University Archives.

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