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WV osteopathic school to unveil new student center

Register-Herald photo by Chris Jackson  The new WVSOM student center features a 125-foot-tall clock tower visible to motorists entering Lewisburg via the northern corridor exiting I-64. "We're very happy with it," said President Michael Adelman.
Register-Herald photo by Chris Jackson
The new WVSOM student center features a 125-foot-tall clock tower visible to motorists entering Lewisburg via the northern corridor exiting I-64. “We’re very happy with it,” said President Michael Adelman.

LEWISBURG, W.Va. — It’s everything a student center should be.

When classes begin at the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine this fall, students will have a sleek, modern building on campus to call their own.

Within the confines of the two-story, 68,000-square-foot WVSOM Student Center are such amenities as a campus store, dining lounge and food court, recreation lounge and study lounges, as well as spacious multimedia conference facilities. The school’s student government will occupy a suite of offices just off the designated “quiet” study lounge, separated by glass walls from the “open” study lounge that overlooks the outdoor student promenade facing the quad.

 “What WVSOM is all about is the students,” the school’s president, Dr. Michael Adelman, told media representatives during a special “sneak peek” tour…

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