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Article: San Jose State University
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* In 1930, the Justice Studies Department was founded as a two-year police science degree program. It holds the distinction of offering the first policing degree in the United States. A stone monument and plaque are displayed close to the site of the original Police School near Tower Hall.<ref>{{cite web | title = SJSU: Justice Studies| work = | publisher = SJSU | date = | url = http://www.sjsu.edu/justicestudies/docs/GRAD_Brochure.pdf | doi = | accessdate = December 14, 2009 }} {{Dead link|date=September 2010|bot=H3llBot}}</ref>
 
* In 1930, the Justice Studies Department was founded as a two-year police science degree program. It holds the distinction of offering the first policing degree in the United States. A stone monument and plaque are displayed close to the site of the original Police School near Tower Hall.<ref>{{cite web | title = SJSU: Justice Studies| work = | publisher = SJSU | date = | url = http://www.sjsu.edu/justicestudies/docs/GRAD_Brochure.pdf | doi = | accessdate = December 14, 2009 }} {{Dead link|date=September 2010|bot=H3llBot}}</ref>
   
* In 1942, the old gym (now named Yoshihiro Uchida Hall, after SJSU judo coach [[Yosh Uchida]]) was used to register and collect Japanese Americans before sending them to internment camps. Coincidentally, Uchida's parents and siblings were among those processed in the building.<ref>{{cite web | title = The Spartan Daily | work = "Uchida Hall was once a transfer point for Japanese American internees" | publisher = The Spartan Daily| date = May 15, 2006 | url = http://media.www.thespartandaily.com/media/storage/paper852/news/2006/05/15/News/Uchida.Hall.Was.Once.A.Transfer.Point.For.Japanese.American.Internees-1996930.shtml | doi = | accessdate = December 14, 2009 }}</ref>
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* In 1942, the old gym (now named Yoshihiro Ms. Phillips :DDDDDD Uchida Hall, after SJSU judo coach [[Yosh Uchida]]) was used to register and collect Japanese Americans before sending them to internment camps. Coincidentally, Uchida's parents and siblings were among those processed in the building.<ref>{{cite web | title = The Spartan Daily | work = "Uchida Hall was once a transfer point for Japanese American internees" | publisher = The Spartan Daily| date = May 15, 2006 | url = http://media.www.thespartandaily.com/media/storage/paper852/news/2006/05/15/News/Uchida.Hall.Was.Once.A.Transfer.Point.For.Japanese.American.Internees-1996930.shtml | doi = | accessdate = December 14, 2009 }}</ref>
   
 
* In 1963, in an effort to save Tower Hall from demolition, SJSU students and alumni organized testimonials before the State College Board of Trustees, sent telegrams, and provided signed petitions. As a result of those efforts, the Tower, a prime campus landmark and SJSU icon, was refurbished and reopened in 1966. The Tower was again renovated and restored in 2007. Tower Hall is registered with the California Office of Historic Preservation.<ref>{{cite web | title = SJSU Alumni Association | work = History | publisher = SJSU | url = http://www.sjsualumni.com/about_us/history.php | doi = | accessdate = December 14, 2009 }}</ref><ref>{{cite web | title = California Office of Historic Preservation | work = Landmarks (No. 417) | publisher = OHP | url = http://ohp.parks.ca.gov/ListedResources/Detail.aspx?num=417 | doi = | accessdate = December 14, 2009 }}</ref>
 
* In 1963, in an effort to save Tower Hall from demolition, SJSU students and alumni organized testimonials before the State College Board of Trustees, sent telegrams, and provided signed petitions. As a result of those efforts, the Tower, a prime campus landmark and SJSU icon, was refurbished and reopened in 1966. The Tower was again renovated and restored in 2007. Tower Hall is registered with the California Office of Historic Preservation.<ref>{{cite web | title = SJSU Alumni Association | work = History | publisher = SJSU | url = http://www.sjsualumni.com/about_us/history.php | doi = | accessdate = December 14, 2009 }}</ref><ref>{{cite web | title = California Office of Historic Preservation | work = Landmarks (No. 417) | publisher = OHP | url = http://ohp.parks.ca.gov/ListedResources/Detail.aspx?num=417 | doi = | accessdate = December 14, 2009 }}</ref>
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Reporter: Bradley (anonymous)
Date: Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 07:18:57 PM
Status: Reported
Wednesday, the 21st of October 2015 at 07:18:57 PM #101779
Bradley (anonymous)

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