Gannon renovations brings change to LCC
Lookout Staff Editorial
As the renovations continue with the Gannon building, there have been many changes to the look of campus.
The once barren Continental building is now the location for the offices of Career and Employment services, Student Life, Office of Disability Support services as well as Veteran’s Services.
Possibly the biggest change is that the TLC building has replaced the Gannon Building as the central hub of activities of campus. Rooms that were filled with vending machines for soda and snacks in the TLC are now being used as a rooms for academic advising.
The spacious setting of the Gannon Building has been replaced with rooms that are nooks and crannies.
For example, one room in the TLC Building houses the admissions, cashiers, financial aid, orientation, registrars and registration.
The cramped spaces haven’t deterred the employees that work in these offices.
Walking through both the TLC Building and the Continental Building we saw smiling faces and employees who were hospitable to those who needed their expertise.
The Gannon Building is not completely inoperable those who are taking classes in communication, media arts, business and economics will find classes here.
If you feel like getting in shape in between classes this semester, the Gannon also houses a weight room and gym to students.
With patience often comes great rewards. The Arts and Science Building construction came with some sacrifices students and faculty had to make, but the end result brought a beautiful new building to campus.
We are sure we will see the same results when the Gannon Building’s is finished.