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Drama and Ted Russell Center groundbreaking draws media coverage

 

JEFFERSON CITY, Tenn – The groundbreaking of the University’s future health sciences building, the Drama and Ted Russell Center, garnered coverage from area media. Visit the links below to check out what others are saying about this first project of first building project of the University’s “Acorns to Oaks” 5-year strategic plan.

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