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tion, the University will contribute
about $1 million. Additional funds
will come from fundraising and the
Daily's profits. A proposal to name the
building after Lipsey will most likely
be submitted to the University Board
of Regents early next year.
The gift will be counted toward The
Michigan Difference, the University's
program to raise $2.5 billion by 2008.
Architects have drawn the prelimi-
nary plans for the project, but not all of
the funds are in place, and the regents
have not yet been asked to approve the
The plans call for significant chang-
es inside the building, which was built
The renovation will also make pos-
sible a change in layout, uniting the
once-divided Daily staff and moving
the business staff down to the more
public first floor.
Handicap access and additional
bathrooms as well as new heating,
wiring and air conditioning will be
The outside of the building will not
be significantly changed. Historic fea-
tures like its stained glass windows
and signature arched newsroom ceil-
ing will also be left intact.
Construction is likely to start in
May 2006 and will probably run about
During that time, the publications
will find temporary office space.
Before Lipsey said he would make
the donation, plans were in place to
go ahead with a less significant reno-
vation that would only update things
such as wiring.
The renovations were long over-
due, said Jason Pesick, Daily editor in
"This might very well be the most
decrepit building in use at the Univer-
sity right now," Pesick said, describing
its falling tiles and general dirtiness.
"The building is literally crumbling."
The introduction of computer tech-
nology into the publishing equation
has made such a renovation necessary,
"It used to be a reporter made notes
and then knocked them out on a type-
writer," he said. "All that's changed."
When Alan Lenhoff, Student Publi-
cations Board co-chair, returned to the
building five years ago after not hav-
ing seen it since he was Daily editor
in chief in 1972, he said nothing had
"I almost expected to go back to my
desk and find drafts of editorials and a
half-eaten Snickers'bar from the '70s
sitting there," he said.
Lenhoff stressed the importance of
private gifts to the renovation, which
he called long overdue.
"We were waiting for the generosity
of alumni and friends of student pub-
lications to come forward," he said.
"And indeed they have."
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