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Dill Hall Destroyed on Troy University's Campus

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Parts of Troy University's Dill Hall cam tumbeling down Thursday to make way for new growth.

Thursday morning school officials took it's ceremonial swing at the building.

The old dorm is being demolished and will be replaced by a new College of Education Building.

The new facility will feature almost 50 offices, new labs and state of the art conference rooms.

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