the last beam of the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences building went up Thursday
Mary Baldwin College's newest programs have a home – or at least a frame anyway.
The masses lined up Thursday afternoon to sign the piece of steel completing the Murphy Deming College of Health Sciences. The steel is front and center, right above the entrance.
Vice president of the health sciences program Linda Seestedt-Stanford says it's exciting.
"The steel kind of gives you closure that you're actually going to have a building in place soon. And we're hoping and praying that this building will be done in May of 2014 to welcome our classes coming in in physical therapy and occupational therapy," she said.
Contractors say the project is on time.
The two programs are accepting roughly 70 students.