The lounge for Graduate School of Arts and Sciences students in 301 Philosophy Hall won’t be complete until March, a University Facilities spokesperson said Thursday.
The current system for booking space is outmoded and inefficient.
After student musicians said that there were not enough practice rooms on campus, Barnard's Student Government Association opted to create more rooms equipped for music.
Starting today and continuing for the rest of the semester, rooms LL103 and LL104 in the Diana will remain unlocked until 2 a.m., and students will use sign-in sheets to reserve the rooms.
The dining hall, which closes for dinner at 8 p.m., will open for several hours after dinner, probably starting sometime within the next two weeks.
Building on the Student Space Initiative, CCSC and ESC are working with administrators to reallocate and update spaces from the Schapiro dance rooms to the Ruggles basement.
“The point of this project is to bring a student space to a building that is supposed to be a student space,” Conan Cassidy, CC '14, said.
Less available student space would force more collaboration between clubs, increase attendance, and improve the quality of campus events overall.
Students explore the new campus hub.
The Diana student center is open for the first day of the spring semester.
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