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John Preston McConnell Library is the ideal place to study and do research. Built in 1932 and named after Radford’s first president, McConnell has a growing collection of more than 330,000 books and bound periodicals, multimedia resources, electronic classrooms, online databases, microfilm, audio-visual equipment, special collections and an interlibrary loan service available through a national database. It has a state-of-the-art multimedia center, complete with PC and Macintosh multimedia stations and audio and video editing stations. Reed and Curie house the science programs, including biology, chemistry, physics and geology, and Lucas is home to the Office of Alumni Affairs.

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Fact: Club Fair welcomes more than 200 clubs and organizations, including academic and outdoor clubs, national honor fraternities, Greek associations and the student government association. It’s held on Heth Lawn the first Friday of fall semester, and both new and returning students attend the fair to see different areas of interest and find their niche. It’s a great way to meet new people and get involved.

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