"There are two things commanded in this life that are especially great burdens: we must control ourselves and we must endure."
Sermon 38, 1, 1
the years just before its Sesquicentennial, Villanova University upheld
and advanced its reputation for academic excellence. Important
public officials continued to visit the campus. As the same time
Villanova students remained sensitive to the plight of poor and
underprivileged people, both locally and in the world beyond. Complementing these efforts was a greater commitment to cultural diversity
in Villanova's curriculum, faculty, and student body.
Link to Exhibit Items
Thomas of Villanova Church
and parents between Falvey Library and Alumni Hall
students join hands to form a huge circle
- Presidents of
Villanova, 5 October 1988
Edmund J. Dobbin, O.S.A., S.T.D, and his predecessor, Reverend John M.
Driscoll, O.S.A., Ph.D.
Edward J. McCarthy, O.S.A., Ph.D.
Edmund J. Dobbin, O.S.A., S.T.D.
Awakening, by Jay Dugan
ceremony for the future Saint Augustine Center
Trustee Associates Dinner Dance, 11 October 1991
1979, part of the former Morris Estate
Hall as seen through the archway of Corr Hall
- Campus Ministry volunteers
- Villanova students with Special Olympics
contenders, November 1987
- Olympic contender Vicki L. Huber, Villanova, 1989
- Villanova University Commencement, 12 May 1991
M. Allen, NASA Astronaut, Villanova, 1977
Andy Allen with Villanova University pennant
Inaugural Mass, 5 October 1988
Villanova Wildcat, 1989
most popular member of any cheerleading squad is the Wildcat
of AAUP archives, 29 November 1990
medallion, Villanova University
presidential medallion is surrounded by those of Villanova's colleges
Patrick Bohmann, O.S.A.
Day, April 22, 1982
- Astronaut Patch
- Reverend Joseph
A. Flaherty, O.S.A., Ph.D
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