Out with the old…

Students who return to classes in a couple of months will be surprised with a missing building, as well as some positive additions. The storage building between the radio station and the TV station disappeared yesterday, thanks to the hard work of campus workers and a bulldozer. A similar building (in photo at distant right) will house the communication department’s new Mac lab.

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  1. Past Student
    June 23, 16:17 Reply
    NO! Well, goodbye to yesteryear! I still remember when that was the ESL building back in the day. You called it storage? I guess that's happened since I've left.
    • Henrique Gomes
      January 14, 03:55 Reply
      Yeah man, ESL went to Evans' Hall in 2006 I think, they got a better home, but Mrs. Willis' classes will never be forgotten...

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