Architecture students design new chapter for African university
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Seven students and an adjunct faculty member from Virginia Tech’s College of Architecture and Urban Studies are creating the design for a new library for Mzuzu, a 4,000-student institution in the country's northern region and Malawi’s second national university. The Mzuzu library burned in 2015, and since then an events hall has served as the university's makeshift library.
[00:00:17] >> They were thrilled to have their G. attack it was in their local newspaper G A tech will be designing our new library from disease and students really enjoy getting to work real people on real problems some of the team because he's a project is enjoys going after him and all these cells that he met and this is the campus is quite quite beautiful if it doesn't have sort of an institutional branch or yet actually the library is meant to sort of be that centerpiece.