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heritage. It is practically imposible to
exit onthisacampus andnot come in con-
tact with this history on a daly bais.
However, in its grat obession with the
past, the university hasaoverlookedasome
of the truly fu~ndamntal detail that
make this school great.
I'm talking about a topic of recent
headlines - architecture. I know that
nobody wants to admit to it, but many of
the more modem building on this cam-
pus are quite ugly. However, a greater
emphasis on utility rather than on aes-
thetics is allowingthese montrosities to
take over our campus nunconteted.
One of the things that makes the uni-
verity more appealng than many other
city schools ithe fact that we have a dis-
tinct campus. Surrounded by a bunch of
great old buildings, we are set apart from
the ret of the city.
But recently, there has been much con-
troversy concerning the future of these
buildings. A few weeks ago a couple of
graduate students circulated a petition
to stop the demolition of the Morgan,
Smith, and Music buildings.
This was prompted by a
Commoittee proposal that amulti-mllion
dollar science facility be constructed on
the site of the three buildings.
The petitioners' argument is boed on
the premise that the buildings are his-
torical landmarks, but the committee
believes that they are under-utilized and
an impractical use of space.
One man who Ifeel should undertand
the petitioners' concerbetter than any-
one is Sheldon Hackney, president of the
University and a Ph.D. in history Yet,
when asked about the future of Logan
Hall, he said, Logan Hall and College
Hall were built at the same time. They're
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exterior material. So I don't think that
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There used to e two more buildings
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ilar philosophy led t their detruction.
"Heck, why fix'em? We got two more just
Should they not hove bothered to
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