New housing dedicated at University of the Cumberlands

May 3, 2009
New housing dedicated at University of the Cumberlands

From The Times-Tribune of Corbin: The University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, Ky., has dedicated a new residence hall. Lenora Fuson Harth Residence Hall, which opened in January, is a 25,842-square-foot structure with living space for 96 women. It has 12 suites, each containing four two-person rooms, a bathroom and a common room. The suites are arranged around an open, two-story lounge, with balconies on two sides above. The architect is Johnson Early Architects.

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