Miami (OH) University is scaling back plans to build a brand new student center complex because of projected cost overruns and budget cuts combined with an enrollment decline, reports the Cincinnati Inquirer. The original plan called for demolishing three buildings at the center of campus and replacing them with a single facility that would house student group offices, recreational facilities and a new dining venue. The original cost estimate of $80 million was recently recalculated to more ...
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