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Simeon Gwayi, director of studies for Mzuzu University, discusses library designs with Virginia Tech students and Mzuzu delegates. Gwayi earned his doctorate in curriculum and instruction at the Virginia Tech School of Education.

The ashes of burned books formed piles that looked like small mountain ranges. Melted metal beams lay in heaps, and broken glass littered the ground.

“It was eerie,” said Amanda Milella, one of five Virginia Tech architecture students who visited Mzuzu University in Malawi in October. It was the first time that the students had seen the rubble-filled site where the university’s library once stood. A fire destroyed the structure in 2015. Read More

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