Demolition of Old Science Hall at University of Scranton

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SCRANTON -- A building where science students at the University of Scranton studied for decades is coming down.

Demolition crews began tearing down Loyola Hall on Thursday.

It was built in the 1950s and was used primarily for engineering, biology, physics, and chemistry classes. Those classes are now held in the new Loyola Science Center.

In its place, the university plans to build a new green space for students.

The project is expected to take about two months.

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