School of Mines starts work on new rec center
RAPID CITY (AP) — Students at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology will have a new place to work out.
The Rapid City university breaks ground Monday on the Stephen D. Newlin Family Student Wellness & Recreation Center.
The school says alumnus Stephen Newlin donated $2 million toward the nearly $9 million project also funded with fee increases.
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