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1. Quad improvements
South House dining hall $375,000(1)
Squash courts 200,000
Major athletic facility, including swimming pool 5,000,000
New residential construction including
126 students suites, 2 tutors, master 2,000,000
2. Four year Houses--conversion of Yard to
Houses 6-10,000,000 range (2)
3. Reduction of all Houses to no more than 350
students. Loss of tuition from 425 students,
4100 @ student 1,750,000(3)
4. Expansion of practical arts training ?
5. Subsidies to performing arts ?
6. Improvement of House facilities for arts
Annual subsidy for House arts activities @5000/House(60,000)
7. PBH half-time advisor (per year) 5000
8. Expansion of Shuttle Bus Service ?
(1) Currently under consideration
(2) Not considered economically feasible
(3) Without any of the alternative suggestions (terms off, transfers, etc.)
Laura Gordon Fisher
Christopher Leman, Teaching Fellow in Government
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