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          Disaster struck in 1979 when a fire ravages the 管理 Building.The Deerwester Theater in the 管理 Building along with other areas of the building were destroyed by the fire.The KXCV Radio station, which was located in the 管理 Building, was severely damaged during the 1979 fire.  The radio station would later be rebuilt in Wells Hall.The 管理 Building was rebuilt following the fire, although the radio station and several other offices such as the Network Server department were  permanently moved to different buildings on campus.The 管理 Building, a symbol of the campus for decades, was rebuilt and remodeled with one big omission.  The Deerwester Theater was not rebuilt.Construction on the new university library began in 1980.  Wells Library was turned into Wells Hall, which is used by the Mass Communication department to this day.The new library was named in honor of Northwest President B.D.欧文斯.  A plaque honoring him and his wife hangs outside the building.Northwest President Dean Hubbard, Missouri Governor John Ashcroft and President of the Maryville Chamber of Commerce, Kay Wilson, ceremonially switch on the Electronic Campus on August 18, 1987.  Northwest became the first "electronic campus" in the nation.Northwest's Electronic Campus Program, the brainchild of Dr. Jon Rickman, provided networked computing stations (terminals) in every residence hall room, faculty office and administrative office.  Later, the terminals would be replaced with networked MTECH Computers with standardized University software, which included a Windows operating system and Office Professional.By 2008, full-time undergraduate and graduate students living on or off campus were provided with wireless-ready notebook computers as part of Northwest's innovative Campus Notebooks Program. By 2009, both part-time and full-time undergraduate and graduate students received a campus-owned wireless-ready notebook computer.


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