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Lowell Thomas Center

The Lowell Thomas Communications Center houses the academic disciplines of communications and computer science. Features of the center, which opened in 1987, include the Charles and Cornelia Murray Journalism Room, which offers everything students need to write, edit, and present printed news. The building holds five classrooms with computer and television access, two television studios, two radio broadcast production rooms, and film processing areas. These facilities, along with adjacent faculty offices, meet the demands of almost 700 undergraduate students annually who concentrate in communications, Marist's largest major. The building is named after Lowell Thomas, who was a pioneer in the field of communications, an author, and a world traveler.  (Source: Building & Place Names)

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