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October 06, 2004

Tifton-- A piece of ABAC's history was torn to the ground.

Fulwood, Mitchell and Branch dormitories are being demolished to make room for future projects on campus. The dorms had been part of the campus since the 70's.

For the students who lived in them today was bittersweet.

"I learned how to do so many things here like how to play pool. I also met one of my best friends here," says student Palemon Alvarado

The college doesn't have any immediate plans for the new space.

posted at 6:50PM by scott.hunter@walb.com

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