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Marshall to hold ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday for $56 million engineering complex

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HUNTINGTON, West Virginia — Marshall University is holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony this week to celebrate the opening of a $56 million engineering complex.

The Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex will be dedicated on Thursday during the ceremony on the Morrow Library lawn.

Speakers include U.S. Sen. , U.S. Rep. and Marshall Interim President Gary G. White.

Marshall will offer tours of the complex following the ceremony.

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