A letter from an alum about the new humanities building
April 6, 2004
We leave it to those more learned to render a critical architectural appraisal of the Humanities Center. Thus far anecdotal evidence has not been favorable. It is decried as a blob without redeeming feature. Other remarks have been less kind.
It leaves me saddened. I would still like to think of the Joseph Henry House and the Chancellor Green Library as endearing gems of the campus. I would even like to see them.
David Reeves '48
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