Following a series of discussions beginning in the fall of 2016, Student Affairs has designated new spaces in the Danforth University Center for the Center for Diversity and Inclusion and Student Life Newspaper beginning next school year.
The Washington University Library System is planning a renovation of Olin Library in an effort to address the evolving needs of students, researchers and faculty.
With plans for a renovated Athletic Complex still in the design phase, club sports teams have been breaking in a revamped South Campus athletic field.
Construction on the Danforth Campus escalated over the summer to one of the most widespread face-lifts Washington University has seen in recent years. And due to the University’s ongoing billion-dollar fundraising campaign funding many of the changes, officials say the yellow caution tape around campus won’t be disappearing anytime soon.
The underpass connecting the Danforth campus and South 40, constructed sometime in the 1960s, is pending a complete renovation. But while discussion on the changes has already begun, actual construction is not expected to happen until the summer of 2012.
Students traveling to and from St. Louis next academic year will notice some changes in the appearance of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. In fall 2010, Terminal 1 will begin a two-year, $50 million interior renovation project, the largest in the airport’s history. The renovation is the second phase of the $70 million Airport Experience Program.
At the south end of the Brookings Quadrangle sits Busch Hall, one of Washington University’s oldest buildings on the Danforth Campus. While its exterior today looks just as it did in 1900 when it was built, the building’s interior recently underwent its first complete facelift. Busch Hall’s renovations, which began in May 2008 and continued […]
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