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Campus Center Lounges Undergo Several Changes

Fireplace adds to warmth of TV Lounge surroundings Projection TV adaptable for computer presentations, video-game use Plasma TV offers wide-screen venue for students' favorite programs This year, the Campus Center Quiet Lounge and TV Lounge underwent a few changes. With new furniture and new technology, the Quiet Lounge became the TV Lounge. In addition to the big-screen TV, students now can enjoy their favorite programs on two other TVs, including a flat-screen plasma TV and an LCD projection screen. The plasma TV and projector also are equipped with easy-access jacks for computer presentations or video-game consoles. With the floor TV out of the way, the old TV Lounge (just down the hall, adjacent to the Wildcat Express) became the new Study Lounge. New study tables and chairs were added, as well as a window covering and lights that can be dimmed for the optimal study environment. Check out the new changes for yourself!

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