Cartersville STEAM building turns one year old

Cartersville’s STEAM Building will celebrate its one year anniversary on October 16, 2019.

The $22.5 million building has been home to mathematics, social sciences, computer science, business, education, humanities, health and natural sciences and physical education.

English major Nicole Baxter said, “The new building has great spots to study between classes and is so close to the parking lot.”

20 students were polled. 13 said the building held several of their classes, and that’s the only reason they went there. Seven said not only were their classes now housed in the building, but they also had a deep appreciation for the comfortable study chairs.

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Photo by Sarah – The new STEAM building provides equipment for student use as well as comfortable study spots.