in the Scientific School, a room in wing B has been fitted up as a laboratory for the better accommodation of Dr. Fitz and the men in his courses. Besides this the old Pudding building is being remodelled for engineering purposes, and when completed will greatly facilitate the work of the school. University 9 has been cut up into three rooms for the use of the stenographers employed in the office, while the Bursar's office has been entirely remodelled, the old stairs and the brick partition having been taken out and the desks swung around so as to leave much more room behind. In the Law School a broad flight of stairs has been built to the basement for the convenience of the men using lockers. Upper Dane has been cut up into a large lecture room and four new laboratories for the use of Professor Munsterberg and the Psychological Department.
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