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Demolition by Schlegel Excavating, Millmont, of the former Bloomsburg University Store is underway on campus on Thursday. The building was constructed in 1956 as the student dining hall. It served briefly as the student center before becoming the university store.  Plans call for a seven-story building to be constructed on the site.
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Demolition by Schlegel Excavating, Millmont, of the former Bloomsburg University Store is underway on campus on Thursday. The building was constructed in 1956 as the student dining hall. It served briefly as the student center before becoming the university store.  Plans call for a seven-story building to be constructed on the site.

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