COURTESY OF LAGRANGE COLLEGE 
 This rendering from architectural firm Earl Swensson Associates of Nashville, Tenn., depicts the new labratory science facility LaGrange College announced Thursday, part of a $21 million project scheduled to be finished by January 2017.
COURTESY OF LAGRANGE COLLEGE This rendering from architectural firm Earl Swensson Associates of Nashville, Tenn., depicts the new labratory science facility LaGrange College announced Thursday, part of a $21 million project scheduled to be finished by January 2017. Picasa
COURTESY OF LAGRANGE COLLEGE This rendering from architectural firm Earl Swensson Associates of Nashville, Tenn., depicts the new labratory science facility LaGrange College announced Thursday, part of a $21 million project scheduled to be finished by January 2017. Picasa

LaGrange College launches $21M project to boost sciences

February 04, 2016 4:38 PM

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