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CSB/SJU COVID-19 Response Information Gagliardi House, 2006 (click thumbnails for larger image)  In the summer of 1941, the two-story Gagliardi House was built on the northwest bank of the Watab in
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To make the Chapter House readily available to the public and to provide the Abbey Church with an elevator and additional restrooms, the Chapter House was enlarged in 2007 with the addition of
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The Saint John's Power House heats and cools all the buildings on the main campus and, in so doing water supply is also supplied by the Power House through two wells. Campus irrigation is pumped from
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CSB/SJU COVID-19 Response Information Heating and Cooling in Residential Buildings Constructed in 1942, the Garden House serves to support the activities of the landscape gardens
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CSB/SJU COVID-19 Response Information Produce Garden House, 2006 (click thumbnail for larger image) Email the CSB/SJU Web Coordinator 800-544-1489 - Office of Admission
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CSB/SJU COVID-19 Response Information Email the CSB/SJU Web Coordinator 800-544-1489 - Office of Admission
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The Episcopal House of Prayer is built on five acres of land leased to the Episcopal diocese of and pray together in this unique way. The House of Prayer serves a variety of denominations and its
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CSB/SJU COVID-19 Response Information constructed in 2000-2001. Configured in a row house style, each apartment houses six students, with private bedrooms and private baths.
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CSB/SJU COVID-19 Response Information Heating and Cooling in Residential Buildings Virgil Michel House was designed by Lee Tollefson of the Rafferty Rafferty Tollefson Lindeke firm in
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the Health Center) was attached to the Stone House to the north. On March 22, 1877, a fire broke out and in view of its weakened walls, the Stone House was demolished in 1893.  In 1948, its bell was
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