A look inside

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14,368 – miles volunteer project manager Matt Coco, CE’66, drove during the planning and construction process

194 – donors to Hasselmann Alumni House

660.48 – ounces of beer in the keg during the inaugural tapping

230 – guests can be seated in the Grand Hall

133,000 – nails used to construct the roof

12,500 square feet – usable space in Hasselmann Alumni House

1,012 – paving stone line the front walk

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