Rutgers University will move forward with plans to expand its football stadium, the university’s board of governors announced today. The board decided to keep the project at its original $102 million budget. Rutgers, a public university, had hoped to get private funding for some of the project, but the university will now be responsible for all of the costs because it has been unable to raise funds. New locker rooms and some other planned elements of the project will be cut.
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