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The two biggest additions to Moody 104 this week are actually notable subtractions: namely, the filling in of existing doors on the south wall and the opening up of a new grand entrance in the southeast corner that will welcome people into the space. Much progress has also been made on the electrical conduit and framing out of two projector walls on the north and south ends of the room.


Demolition of the old office spaces began yesterday (March 26) and after a day's work, the walls have come tumbling down. Great progress made in just a single day.

Big changes are afoot at the Central Libraries as we begin renovations to the space currently known as Moody 104. Located behind the main circulation desk on the 1st floor of Moody Memorial Library, the space had previously housed a number of different library services and was most recently home to a flexible use space.

The plans for Moody 104's transformation include demolition of several small offices, removal of several doors to the main Moody stacks area, new carpet and paint, updated wall treatments and lighting and more. The finished area will house flexible furniture, movable technology and adaptable seating capable of accommodating classroom lectures, small group work and much more.

Estimated completion date of the renovations is May 30th. For updates, please regularly visit the Central Libraries News and Notes blog ( and look for stories listed under the category 2018 Renovations - Moody 104. For questions or immediate assistance, please visit the first floor circulation desk in Moody Memorial Library or callĀ 254-710-3200.