Stepan Center

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Coordinates: 41°42′24″N 86°14′04″W / 41.7067°N 86.2344°W / 41.7067; -86.2344

Stepan Center is one multi-purpose facility at the University of Notre Dame, and is located on the northeast corner of campus. Built in 1962, the Stepan Center was donated to the university by Alfred Stepan, the founder of Stepan Company.[1] The facility, which was one of the first geodesic dome facilities in the nation, has 21,000 square feet (2,000 m2) of floor space.

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  1. ^ Chase, John (22 October 1998). "Mary Stepan". Chicago Tribune. Retrieved 13 June 2013. 

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