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Luther College Moment in History #27

Luther College Moment in History #27

September 18, 2013

Construction on the newest building on campus, Samson-Hoffland Laboratories, began in the Summer of 2008 and was completed in October of that year. It was built to LEED standards as part of the current college-wide effort to increase environmental sustainability. Sampson-Hoffland Laboratories, known as SamHoff to the students, was built to give science students and professors more research space and houses the biology and chemistry professor offices. This photo is courtesy of Luther College Photo Bureau and was taken by Erik Hageness in 2010.

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Construction on the newest building on campus began in the Summer of 2008 and was completed in October of that year. It was built to LEED standards, as part of the current college-wide effort to increase environmental sustainability. Sampson-Hoffland Laboratories was built to give science students and professors more research space. This photo is courtesy of Luther College Photo Bureau and was taken by Erik Hageness in 2010.
Construction on the newest building on campus began in the Summer of 2008 and was completed in October of that year. It was built to LEED standards, as part of the current college-wide effort to increase environmental sustainability. Sampson-Hoffland Laboratories was built to give science students and professors more research space. This photo is courtesy of Luther College Photo Bureau and was taken by Erik Hageness in 2010.
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