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After infamous ‘bodyslam,’ N.J. college tweaks name of new academic building

Greg Gianforte, elected to Congress in Montana, donated $20 million for a new academic building at Stevens Institute of Technology. (Rachel Leathe | Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
Greg Gianforte, elected to Congress in Montana, donated $20 million for a new academic building at Stevens Institute of Technology. (Rachel Leathe | Bozeman Daily Chronicle)

HOBOKEN — A New Jersey college is tweaking the name of a new building after the controversial politician who donated money for it “body-slammed” a reporter earlier this year. Stevens Institute of Technology will name its new academic building the Gianforte Family Academic Building. Originally, the building was to be named the Gianforte Academic Building after…

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