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A burst pipe that led to flooding and water damage at Winthrop University’s Courtyard residence has been fixed, but some rooms will remain uninhabitable for the majority of the rest of the spring semester, according to school officials. By Amanda Harris
A burst pipe that led to flooding and water damage at Winthrop University’s Courtyard residence has been fixed, but some rooms will remain uninhabitable for the majority of the rest of the spring semester, according to school officials. By Amanda Harris

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