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  • Columbus State celebrates completion of Howard Hall renovation project

    Columbus State University hosted Tuesday morning a ribbon cutting and open house to mark the completion of a yearlong $3.95 million renovation of Howard Hall, CSU's oldest and most-used classroom building. Howard Hall will reopen to students this fall and now has new technology in each classroom, flexible furniture, higher ceilings with better lighting, an elevator and new common area for students on both floors.

Columbus State celebrates completion of Howard Hall renovation project

Columbus State University hosted Tuesday morning a ribbon cutting and open house to mark the completion of a yearlong $3.95 million renovation of Howard Hall, CSU's oldest and most-used classroom building. Howard Hall will reopen to students this fall and now has new technology in each classroom, flexible furniture, higher ceilings with better lighting, an elevator and new common area for students on both floors.
Mike Haskey mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.com