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Students react to plaza construction

Students returned back to quite the detour around campus on their first week of school.

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Most of the Lory Student Center and the Plaza are currently shut down for renovations until next Fall.

The student center has been a “common ground” for students eat, study or to make their way across campus from the Transit Center. It was also home to several student organization offices.

Dining options inside of the LSC have been either replaced with food trucks or moved to Clark-A.

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