Benedict College in South Carolina Makes Campus Improvements

Benedict CollegeBenedict College in Columbia, South Carolina, has announced the opening of a new studio complex for its radio and television stations. The new complex includes a television studio, a radio studio, editing rooms, a sound booth, and office apace.

SwintonThe university has also opened a new hair salon, barber shop, and nail salon in the Campus Center and has made renovations to several dormitories on campus. New cooling and heating equipment has been installed to provide better and more efficient temperature control.

“Students are at the center of everything we do, said David H. Swinton, president of Benedict College. “So we wanted to focus on improving the areas where they live.”

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