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Section of Highland Street to close for project

Section of Highland Street to close for project

April 27
15:16 2016

Jynn Schubert | Staff Writer

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The section of Highland Street running from Avenue A to Avenue C will be closed May 2-6 while crews install a sculpture on the new University Union South Lawn, the university said.

The sculpture was started by UNT alumnus Jesús Moroles who died over the summer and then was finished by the National Medal of Arts winner’s studio because of Morales’ sudden death. It will be unveiled after it’s installation.

“They really haven’t given too much detail of what it is of, all we know is what it’s made of and its weight,” Student Government Association president Adam Alattry said. “They’re wanting to do an unveiling of it, and we’re encouraging students to be there on May 6 to see it.”

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