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BOWLING GREEN, OH (Toledo News Now) -
Green State University is set to overhaul another building – this time, South
Hall will be getting a multi-million dollar renovation.
change will have a major impact on students and staff. The entire School of
Media and Communication will be switching buildings. They'll move to South Hall
from West Hall – for the price of $24 million.
Hall is currently home to classrooms, the student TV station, radio station and
newspaper. With the renovation of South Hall, the entire West Hall will be
think it will be a great idea," said Micah Delaney, a senior telecommunication
major. "There will be more space and better equipment, and I think it will be a
good look for the campus."
new classrooms will be complete in the fall of 2015. The radio and TV studios
will be operational later that year.
office space, new classroom space," said Adrianne Kowalski, a junior. "It's not
going to be like the older version, more updated."
say a new building with better equipment will help recruit students.
think it's going to help tremendously be able to get some college experience in
so that way they're able to go out into the real world so they can apply that
experience, and they have a chance of getting those jobs," said Grant Crawford,
who minors in journalism.
Hall won't be demolished until the renovations at South are complete.
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