History
1969 Verducci Hall Verducci Hall --- named for the late S.F. State football coach (1950-60) and athletic director (1950-64) and Mayor of Daly City Joseph (Joe) Verducci ---- is a 763-bed student residence that was first occupied in September 1969 when S.I. Hayakawa was president of S.F. State. After the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, the building was deemed structurally unsound and closed. During the next nine years, S.F. State officials engaged in negotiations with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as to Verducci's fate. In May 1998, the University and FEMA agreed to demolish Verducci to build student apartments to replace the beds Verducci had provided.(See What's Next story).

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