The Campus Center, 104 Jamestown Road, is an L-shaped building north of Trinkle Hall facing Jamestown Road.
In 1966, the Sit n' Bull Room opened and was furnished with round tables, a jukebox, a piano, and a television. The walls were colored red with character panels in black and white, and also included Jacks and Kings pattern drapes. The bowling alleys were removed and substituted with a game room. In 1986, WCWM, the College radio station, moved to a new studio in the basement of the Campus Center. The Marketplace, with eight different food-service areas, opened on September 15, 1986 in the space formerly occupied by the Wigwam and Colony Rooms.
- Fire Threatens Campus Center, The Flat Hat 4 April 2003.
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