Hannah Moore and Kelly Brenner, MU juniors, watched from across Providence Road on Monday as the Alpha Phi house was demolished.
Little Dixie Construction began demolition on the almost 100-year-old sorority house at 7 a.m. Monday. As the building fell, Moore and Brenner stood with two other gals and the alumnae strategy team chairperson.
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