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Rawls College of Business hosts ribbon cutting, sculpture unveiling for expansion

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LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The Rawls College of Business hosted a ribbon cutting to open its new west wing expansion, a $15-million project that will add 38,421 square feet of office, classroom and study space to the existing structure Tuesday morning.

Among the additions included in the expansion are four new classrooms, a behavioral research laboratory, a state-of-the-art testing center for student exams and a multipurpose space for events, guest speakers and student engagement.

Also as part of the event, a new sculpture entitled “CEO” will be unveiled in the west courtyard. The statue is a gift from famous Lubbock sculptor Glenna Goodacre.

A limited number of parking spaces will be reserved for media wishing to cover the event. The spaces are in front of the circle drive to the west of the Rawls College of Business building parking lot will be marked with cones for media vehicles. Media are encouraged to arrive early.

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