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Robinson Communication Center

This structure set just off Elm Street initially was the Industrial Arts Center, which was dedicated Oct. 26, 1974, after that program moved from the old Industrial Education Building, which was razed in 1975. As the program phased out in the early 1990s, the building was re-dedicated Sept. 25, 1992 as Robinson Communication Center or as students call it today, "RCC." The center is named for College supporters William and Eleanor Robinson while Fred and Maxine Murphy donated funding for much of the new computer equipment installed in the facility. Today, RCC is home to the communication arts program and the Informational Technology Dept., as well as the College radio station known as The Quake (founded in 2019) and several student computer labs.