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What physical features of the Marshall University campuses should be focused on as part of the long-range planning process?
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Expanding the Campus toward the Ohio River
Updated: Jan 25, 2013 Justin H5 Idea HEARD
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Dormitories built along the Ohio River could not only enhance the aesthetic value of the Marshall Campus, but could provide recreational opportunities for students seeking outdoor adventure. This could serve as a boon in recruitment of students. Pedestrian under or over passes should be constructed to help the flow of students crossing 3rd and 5th Avenues (US 60).

Academic building space could be made available with the demolition of Prichard and Buskirk Halls, which will create an Academic core to the campus with dormitories on the northern and southern peripheries.

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