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The USAES Administration Hall is a large building on the campus of the [[United States Academy of Extranormal Studies]] at Evansville, Indiana. It is one of the largest above-ground structures on the USAES campus which was not designed to include, or is not presently equipped with permanent living facilities. Only the [[Van Scyoc Fitness Center]] is a larger structure with no living facilities.) It was built in the late 19th Century, and was severely damaged by an F4 tornado that moved across the campus on March 18, 1925 [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tri-State_Tornado during the tornado outbreak that spawned the infamous 'Tri-State Tornado']. It is located just before the [[Academy Forest]], at the very edge of the [[USAES Old Campus]].
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The USAES Administration Hall is a large building on the campus of the [[United States Academy of Extranormal Studies]] at Evansville, Indiana. It was built in the late 19th Century, and was severely damaged by an F4 tornado that moved across the campus on March 18, 1925 [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tri-State_Tornado during the tornado outbreak that spawned the infamous 'Tri-State Tornado']. It is located just before the [[Academy Forest]], at the very edge of the [[USAES Old Campus]].
   
 
The Administration Hall was fully rebuilt, and has seen several major renovations throughout its history (including construction to allow heating and air conditioning; before then, discreet mystical wards throughout the building allowed personnel to regulate temperatures in all major areas of the building, as well as around the water-regulation systems; this allowed for hot and cold running water in the building, full indoor toilet and bathing facilities and purification/disinfection capacities that made all water safe for all uses. (This warding system was in primary use through the entirety of the USAES campus until the end of World War Two; it is still the primary system used within the older buildings of the [[USAES Old Campus]]. Standing four stories tall, the Administration Hall has a number of large staircases, several elevators (including two large freight elevators for moving heavy materials) and a network of dumbwaiters.
 
The Administration Hall was fully rebuilt, and has seen several major renovations throughout its history (including construction to allow heating and air conditioning; before then, discreet mystical wards throughout the building allowed personnel to regulate temperatures in all major areas of the building, as well as around the water-regulation systems; this allowed for hot and cold running water in the building, full indoor toilet and bathing facilities and purification/disinfection capacities that made all water safe for all uses. (This warding system was in primary use through the entirety of the USAES campus until the end of World War Two; it is still the primary system used within the older buildings of the [[USAES Old Campus]]. Standing four stories tall, the Administration Hall has a number of large staircases, several elevators (including two large freight elevators for moving heavy materials) and a network of dumbwaiters.
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