Diana Roof To Be Permanently Opened (Later)
Written by Bwog Staff
The results from the SGA grant proposal are in: the Diana roof will now be open full-time for “recreational purposes.” Although a seemingly simple concept, opening the room actually requires installing a ten-foot high fence, which will cost between $50,000 and $60,000.
It’ll be partly subsidized by the Barnard administration, but the project, the first to be funded by the SGA Endowment Fund, will receive $32,000 from the actual grant. The project is the brainchild of Emma Goss, BC ’15, who conceived of it as a space for both pleasure and work. SGA is excited to have an increased presence on campus and is still considering other proposals such as a dry erase board in Altschul Hall. The roof is presently scheduled to open in fall 2014. Read more about the SGA meeting in our weekly coverage tomorrow.
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