BALTIMORE - Morgan State University broke ground on Wednesday on a large construction project.
The university is building a $72 million complex for business and management courses.
The new building will house seven departments, including marketing, accounting and hospitality management.
The complex will also feature a demonstration kitchen and hotel rooms.
It is the first of several planned projects on campus.
The facility is scheduled to be completed by 2014.
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