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New sign reflects bigger, bolder MSU

New Larger Montana State University Sign
Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Chronicle

A new larger Montana State University sign has been installed on the southeast corner of Eleventh Avenue and College Street in Bozeman, Tuesday, Feb. 19.

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A larger, more dramatic sign installed at the College Street and 11th Avenue entrance to the Montana State University campus reflects the university’s ambitions to become bigger and better.

The new sign, budgeted at $150,000, is made of dark granite, steel and brass and was installed last week. Its planning started two years ago, even before MSU adopted a new strategic plan that calls for growing the campus to 16,000 students over the next several years.

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