21, 2001: Features
Dickerson hopes to make student life better for all students
by Maria LoBiondo
At midnight on a bitterly
cold November night, a group of students organized by the
USG is casing Princeton's campus, searching out dark and potentially
dangerous corners. Huddled in with the pack of undergraduates, bundled
up against the cold, is Janet Smith Dickerson, the university's
first-ever vice president for campus life.
an architectural assessment
It is axiomatic that
institutional buildings are measured foremost by their functionality.
How well the new Frist Campus Center fulfills its many conceived
purposes will far outweigh any stylistic
or aesthetic considerations.