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West touts MSU architecture college's statewide impact

April 30, 2013

Mississippi State University's College of Architecture, Art and Design has a history of making history.

Jim West, dean of the college, said back in 1991, when it was called the MSU School of Architecture, it became the first architecture program in the country to require all of its students to have laptop computers. This fall, he said his college would roll out another national first.

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