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Indiana Univ. is considering $30-40M worth of renovations to Assembly Hall because the facility, though "steeped in tradition," is "hamstrung by age and design," according to Zach Osterman of the INDIANAPOLIS STAR. School documents show that renovation plans for the arena, which has been the schoo...
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