Paul Quinn's 40-year drought ends with 40K-sf project Paul Quinn's 40-year drought ends with 40K-sf project https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=208952018-08-21T05:00:00Z2018-08-21T22:45:00Z

​​​​​​​​​The Trammell S. Crow Living and Learning CenterDALLAS– Paul Quinn College recently held groundbreaking and ribbon-cutting ceremonies on major campus improvement projects.

The college broke ground on its first new building on campus in 40 years—The Trammell S. Crow Living and Learning Center.

The LEED-certified building will feature 30,000 sf of residential space and 10,000 sf of classroom and office space. It will also have a dance studio and a 1,500-person capacity competitive gym. 

College officials also unveiled the completed Bishop and Dr. John Hurst Adams and Family Lecture Hall and Auditorium. ​

The new auditorium will be used for classes, speaking engagements, movie screenings, assemblies, and meetings.​

Located on Simpson Stuart Rd. near I-45, Paul Quinn College is the oldest historically African American university west of the Mississippi River.
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