Stinson-Remick Opens For Classes in Notre Dame
The highly anticipated Stinson-Remick Hall of Engineering opened this January, in time for students returning to campus this semester to attend classes in the new state-of-the-art facility.
The 142,000-square foot building houses offices for professors, classrooms and other facilities geared toward the engineering population on campus.
While most of its usage thus far has been by graduate engineering students and freshmen, many undergraduates are eagerly anticipating their turn to utilize its amenities.
“It’ll be really awesome to have classes in Stinson-Remick and it will do a lot for the graduate program and the prestige of the engineering program as a whole,” sophomore Chemical Engineering major Trey Cryan said.
Although he does not have any classes in the new building, Cryan said the building has afforded him an extra place to study.
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Source : The Observer