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Wyly Tower to be demolished

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Tech monument to be replaced with University Center
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Louisiana Tech University’s Wyly Tower of Learning, Ruston’s tallest building, is scheduled to be demolished due to infrastructural challenges.

Named in honor of Charles Wyly Sr. the building was constructed in 1973,
Sam and Charles Wyly. Charles Wyly Sr.’s sons, were major contributors to the construction costs of the building.

Wyly Tower is divided into two sections — Prescott Memorial Library and the administration offices located on the eleventh through sixteenth floors.

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