After the news that Ball State will demolish LaFollette Complex to build two new residential buildings on the north side of campus, students and alumni are reflecting on memories made in the residents hall. Former Mysch/Hurst resident assistant Sally Saydshoev and her husband Safar, who worked at one of the building's dining areas, met in LaFollette Complex on Feb. 11, 2010 during an International Conversation program. Sally Saydshoev // Photo Provided
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Students, alumni reflect on memories made in LaFollette

LaFollette Complex, which was completed in 1967, houses approximately 1,900 students per year. As LaFollette is set to be demolished and replaced with new residence halls, students and alumni reflected on the memories they’ve made at the legendary dorm complex.







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