Design Review of the MLSB

There will be an open house/design review of the new Molecular and Life Sciences Building this Thursday from 5-6:30 pm on the third floor of Usdan.

I’m not sure if the design is set in stone or if there’s any hope left for poor Shanklin or even just for better architecture, but we’ll see.

*Past wesleying coverage on the MLSB
*The Save Shanklin Campaign on facebook

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4 thoughts on “Design Review of the MLSB

  1. Anonymous

    Saving Shanklin is not hopeless. But it’s pretty daunting at this point. The next phase of the design has been approved. It means one more step in the process of taking Shanklin down.A couple options for the Shanklinistas:1) Fight for a re-design. 2) Fight to preserve Shanklin, somehow. That could mean either redesigning within what is planned now (EXTREMELY unlikely) or figure out a way to move Shanklin (expensive)Bottom line: it’s looking like an uphill fight. That doesn’t mean it’s not worth fighting for though. Join the group. -Izaak, a proud Shanklinista

  2. Anonymous

    Saving Shanklin is not hopeless. But it’s pretty daunting at this point. The next phase of the design has been approved. It means one more step in the process of taking Shanklin down.A couple options for the Shanklinistas:1) Fight for a re-design. 2) Fight to preserve Shanklin, somehow. That could mean either redesigning within what is planned now (EXTREMELY unlikely) or figure out a way to move Shanklin (expensive)Bottom line: it’s looking like an uphill fight. That doesn’t mean it’s not worth fighting for though. Join the group. -Izaak, a proud Shanklinista

  3. Anonymous

    Saving Shanklin is not hopeless. But it’s pretty daunting at this point. The next phase of the design has been approved. It means one more step in the process of taking Shanklin down.A couple options for the Shanklinistas:1) Fight for a re-design. 2) Fight to preserve Shanklin, somehow. That could mean either redesigning within what is planned now (EXTREMELY unlikely) or figure out a way to move Shanklin (expensive)Bottom line: it’s looking like an uphill fight. That doesn’t mean it’s not worth fighting for though. Join the group. -Izaak, a proud Shanklinista

  4. Anonymous

    Saving Shanklin is not hopeless. But it’s pretty daunting at this point. The next phase of the design has been approved. It means one more step in the process of taking Shanklin down.

    A couple options for the Shanklinistas:
    1) Fight for a re-design.
    2) Fight to preserve Shanklin, somehow. That could mean either redesigning within what is planned now (EXTREMELY unlikely) or figure out a way to move Shanklin (expensive)

    Bottom line: it’s looking like an uphill fight. That doesn’t mean it’s not worth fighting for though. Join the group.

    -Izaak, a proud Shanklinista

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