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MSU leaders moving in at Lee Hall

July 30, 2014

McConnell Brothers Transfer and Storage movers Vincent Barnes, left, and Christopher Wallace, right, help MSU English professor Matthew Little move English department items into Lee Hall’s newly renovated offices. (Photo by Steven Nalley, SDN)

In 2010, the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning (IHL) Board of Trustees had Mississippi State University’s Lee Hall on its list of the top five buildings on eight IHL campuses most in “desperate need” of immediate attention.

Lee Hall dates back to 1909, and Kyle Steward, MSU’s executive director of external affairs, said a century of use had left it in need of new heating and air conditioning, sprinkler systems, waterproofing, drainage improvement and more. The result was a $21 million renovation project spread over two years.

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