By Associated Press - Monday, July 13, 2015

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) - School officials say that a prominent dining hall on Marshall University’s campus is getting a $1 million renovation that will make the space more comfortable for students and offer more options for food stations.

The Herald-Dispatch (https://bit.ly/1dVoPaW ) reports that work began on Harless Dining Hall on May 18.

Director of Housing and Residence Life John Yaun says the dining area is being reconfigured to include different areas, including high-top tables, lounge areas and booths. Yaun also says more space will be added to the area where the food service stations are located.

University officials say the renovation is being paid for completely by Sodexo, which is the company that provides food services for the university.

Officials say the renovation is expected to be complete by Aug. 10.



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