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Photo Tour of Armstrong's East Addition

The RedZone (photo by Blake Burrell)
The RedZone (photo by Blake Burrell)

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Following an open house last Thursday, Miami University unveiled Armstrong Student Center's new East Wing. The addition includes a sports-themed restaurant called The Red Zone and The Joslin Student Senate Chamber, a sleek new forum for Miami's Associated Student Government.

The lower levels of the East Wing will host new offices for Career Services in addition to a bookstore titled Brick & Ivy and a cafe themed after Miami's Luxembourg program. Armstrong's main building will also undergo a shakeup with Miami's Women's Center and LGBT services moving into a new shared office above Pulley Diner in July. The addition's doors are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. but will eventually run 24 hours a day. There is a ribbon cutting ceremony scheduled for September 15.

Photos courtesy of Joseph Gurnig and Blake Burrell