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Sequoia Hall is an 82,000 square foot two-story structure. It houses the departments of Child and Adolescent Development, Family and Consumer Sciences, the Marilyn Magaram Center for Food Science, the College of Health and Human Development, and the University Technology Center. The Marilyn Magaram Center is three separate facilities-a food science lab and a conference room, a food chemistry lab and an auditorium. It is a premier research and educational facility for nutrition, dietetics and food science at CSUN. The center was named in honor of Marilyn Magaram, a late nutrition professor. Students will find areas for study and socializing on the first floor and in the courtyard at the east entrance to the building. Students can also enjoy a fully equipped computer lab on the second floor.