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Conveniently located on campus, the Livingston Student Center provides many services and programs designed to meet the daily needs of the college. Located within the center are lounges, meeting rooms, and special-event space. The center also houses Knight Video, a large videotape rental store. A modern game room provides billiards, foosball, and air hockey, along with the latest video arcade games. For dining, the Student Center houses Dunkin` Donuts, Sbarro`s Italian Eatery, and the Rock Café. The center also includes pay telephones, a public fax machine and photocopier, a computer lab, an information service desk, and an ATM bank machine.

The Student Center serves as headquarters for the college`s student activity program. Several of the college`s student organizations are located within the Student Center, including radio station RLC-FM (90.3), Livingston`s Own Concert Organization (LOCO), the Livingston Program Board (LPB), the Livingston Theatre Company, and the Livingston College Governing Association (student government). Throughout the year, the Livingston Student Center and its associated student organizations sponsor a wide assortment of programs, including concerts, lectures, musical theater, films, special events, comedy shows, and dances. Staff and students actively plan all Student Center programs. Through such programs, the center offers activities designed to integrate the academic and extracurricular experiences of students and to provide practical opportunities for leadership development.

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