Carnegie Mellon University celebrates groundbreaking of future health, wellness and athletic center – WPXI Pittsburgh

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Carnegie Mellon University – WPXI Carnegie Mellon University ranked the highest out of the region’s schools featured among the top 300 in the country. (Pittsburgh Business Times) (Jim Harris/PBT)
PITTSBURGH — Carnegie Mellon University officially celebrated the formal groundbreaking of a new student health, wellness and athletics facility on Nov. 19 that will span 160,000-square-feet upon its completion.
The project will preserve and make enhancements to the existing Skibo Gymnasium as well as include a significant expansion on the corner of Tech and Margaret Morrison streets on the university’s Oakland campus. New space will be created for University Health Services, Counseling and Psychological Services and CMU’s intercollegiate athletics program. CMU said it also plans to incorporate wellness and mindfulness programming into the new facility in addition to recreational sports, religious and spiritual life activities and sports medicine.
Read more in the Pittsburgh Business Times.
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