The Logan Center for the Arts was plagued with water leaks due to torrential rain last week, forcing some students to temporarily vacate the building.
Representatives from the Office of Civic Engagement and other University officials presented information about the developments at the former Seminary Co-op building and on East 58th Street at a community meeting tonight. Along with presenting construction plans for the building…
The building next door will house rehearsal space for Court Theatre.
Students in Max Palevsky, Blackstone, and Stony Island have reported heating issues in their dorm rooms.
The renovation, which occurred over winter break, was one of the biggest in its history.
Residential houses and individual students will receive compensation for past plumbing and other facility inconveniences.
Among the dorm’s new amenities are new plumbing fixtures and furniture.
Onstage and online, a custodian hones his craft
Exploding toilets and fetid water are just a few of the problems that residents have faced.
Students and Housekeeping staff convened yesterday concerning staffing changes between the Housekeeping and Facilities staff.
After the announcement that housekeeping and facilities services will merge, students rise up to help save jobs