University of Florida Construction
Students in business school learn that sometimes it takes money to make money, and at the University of Florida it's costing a lot of dough to teach this lesson.
Construction is underway on a 30 million dollar building that is going up near Tigert Hall. Hough Hall will house the College of Business graduate programs.
Money for the project came from a member of the first graduating class of the business school William Hough.
Hough graduated in 1948 and make his fortune in the bond market.
Photo from http://www.floridamba.ufl.edu/
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