TCNJ Magazine - Fall 2016

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 4 of 51

3 Above: The reimagined Brower Student Center (shown here from the back) adds 16,000 square feet to the existing 1975 building. It will house a new event facility, a terrace facing the football field, and enough second-floor space to house all student organizations. Traditions, a restaurant and performance space, is already open. MATT FURMAN Left: The cross-disciplinary, 89,000-square-foot STEM Building rising on the site of the former Holman Hall, between Forcina Hall and the Biology Building, will increase lab and classroom space for biomedical engineering, computer science, and mechanical engineering by 60 percent. Seamlessly connecting the STEM Building and the Biology Building will be the Forum, a glassed-in, campus-wide "living room" fronting Quimby's Prairie, transforming the latter into the college's main outdoor ceremonial space. The new umbrella name of the entire suite of math, science, and engineering buildings will be the STEM Complex. Top: A 26,000-square-foot, three-story Chemistry Addition backs up to Metzger Drive. An archway (bottom right of photo) links the addition to the Biology Building and gives the Science Courtyard access to Lake Ceva.

Articles in this issue

view archives of TCNJ - TCNJ Magazine - Fall 2016