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Hinkle renovations continue

After an eight-month period that involved crews tuck-pointing 282,000 bricks and replacing 9,734 windowpanes with energy-efficient glass, construction efforts will begin  on the interior of Hinkle Fieldhouse. As Hinkle approaches it’s 85th birthday this spring, work on new student-athlete facilities is set to begin. A larger conditioning room, a new sports medicine center and a

Atherton gets a facelift

A $2.5 million renovation and expansion to the Atherton Union Marketplace greeted students for their first meals of the semester. The project has a dual purpose of creating more space and making cosmetic changes. “It was obvious that we had a facility that was aging and inadequate,” Sally Click, dean of student services, said. “It

Art expands into annex

Jordan College of Fine Arts students and faculty members will soon have more room for expression. Renovations are under way to turn the former Jordan Academy of Dance building into the Jordan College of Fine Arts Annex. About 50 percent of the space in JCX will be dedicated to the art + design program, with

Atherton to receive upgrade this winter

The Market Place at Atherton Union will receive some gifts during winter break from dining services, including a fireplace, banquette seating and fresher food options. The $500,000 renovation to Atherton has been in the works since 2008, said Stacey Puck, director of dining services, and it may be only one part of a two- or

Renovations welcome students

Multiple renovations and projects are well underway on campus as Butler University prepares for the 2010 Fall semester. Among these projects are improvements and additions to the Butler Bowl, Hinkle Fieldhouse, Clowes Memorial Hall and some residence halls, Vice President of Operations Michael Gardner said. “Improving freshmen housing facilities, science facilities and Hinkle Fieldhouse are the top

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