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Students respond to completed Breezeway

Students were asked if the Breezeway construction was worth the wait.

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Katrina Scales, Sean Fann, and Ryan Lynch

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Almost two years ago, construction began on the Breezeway, forcing students and faculty to take long detours and endure the cacophony of concrete removal.

Today, the footpath is open to students– some of whom have never walked its entirety.

The University Press published an interactive timeline showing the scheduled completion date for February 2018.  On Dec. 5, the barriers were gone.

According to Numa Rais, director of design and construction at FAU, said furnishings such as TV screens and speakers will be installed in the coming weeks.

Alexander Rodriguez | Photo Editor

About the Writers
Katrina Scales, Contributing Writer
Katrina is a senior multimedia journalism major who’s previously worked as news editor. Interests include classical piano, federal politics, and warm cookies from Wawa. She hopes to someday work for National Public Radio, preferably in a region that’s warm like her home state of Florida. Follow her on Twitter: @katfxsh
Ryan Lynch, Business Manager
Ryan is a senior multimedia journalism major who’s minoring in business law and psychology. He was once a two-time editor in chief for the paper, but that’s ancient history now. When he’s not reading books or dropping f-bombs, he’s probably can be found playing hockey or binge-watching movies overnight.
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