Waiting by the Waterside

With ribbon-cutting planned for May 22, the Prophet Aquatic Center sits on the edge of King Lake, patiently waiting for faculty to begin making use of the space. “It makes me happy to see the school expand,” said Provost David Cordle. “Even aside from these large projects there are so many improvements that have been made on campus, sometimes within individual spaces within a building.”

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