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From I-79 to exit 155. Go east toward Morgantown. Turn right on US 19. Cross over a blue bridge, then straight through 5 traffic lights. After the fifth light, turn at the first right. This should be the parking lot north of Stansbury Hall
Enter Stansbury from the front lower entrance. We are located on the first floor in room 162.
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