Upgrades that will benefit future generations of university students have begun to change and reshape the campus landscape in recent weeks.
Backhoes and other heavy equipment are preparing the land on the east side of Kellogg Drive for a realignment of the road that will create space for two eight-story residence halls. The construction project will permanently close a 500-foot stretch of Eucalyptus Lane, including its intersection at Red Gum Lane, on Friday, May 19.
Drivers will not be able to use that stretch of Eucalyptus. The W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center and other buildings to the east can be accessed via Citrus Lane.
The realigned Kellogg Drive will …