–the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame right on Springfield College’s campus. The Hall of Fame was originally built on the College’s campus as a private entity to honor the game of alone. In 1985 the building was reverted back to Springfield College as the Hall of Fame’s
Springfield’s undergraduate and graduate students were majoring in Health
the college’s fastest growing academic programs sucCollege’s Campus and was first opened to the public; museum was an independent entity
President Frank S. Falcone’s report highlights the need for a building to house HRPs
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