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Education: Loyola Plans Business Center

January 27, 1994

Loyola Marymount University was scheduled to break ground Wednesday for an 88,000-square-foot business center that will include meeting rooms, a 350-seat lecture hall and classrooms equipped with the latest computer networking and video conferencing equipment.

The $21-million building will house the dean's and assistant deans' offices for Loyola Marymount's College of Business Administration. It will also be the site of the university's International Business Center, and its planned Business Ethics Center and Charles C. Casassa Executive Education Center.

The facility, scheduled to be completed by fall 1995, will be named the Conrad N. Hilton Business Center.

A foundation in the late hotelier's name has donated $4 million toward construction of the business center and $500,000 to fund a chair in business ethics, school officials said.

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