August 14, 2009 in City
Dan Pelle photo

Residence hall prepares for GU students: Warren Slayton, left, and Arthur Youngblood, employees of Devries Moving, slide a wardrobe into position in a three-student dwelling Thursday as crews set up rooms in Gonzaga University’s new B.J. Coughlin Residence Hall in Spokane. The $18 million project will house 334 students this fall and will include covered parking, a bistro and a lounge with a baby grand piano. Classes start Sept. 1.danp@spokesman.com

 
 
 
 

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