Amy Dalrymple, Published March 07 2008
Committee decides current NDSU president's house will be razed; new house to be builtFARGO - The North Dakota State University president's house will be razed, a committee has decided.
Habitat for Humanity will have access to items in the house, such as light fixtures and cabinets, said Sherri Schmidt, associate executive director for the NDSU Alumni Association, who is heading the committee.
The committee made up of NDSU Development Foundation trustees, alumni and NDSU representatives, had been studying whether to tear the house down or renovate it.
TL Stroh Architects, Fargo, will lead the planning and construction for a new house, which NDSU is naming the University Center.
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