Students enjoy their new studios 

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Paul Fournier, Manager of Planning and Academic Facilities, took about three-dozen interested faculty members on a tour of the new installations for theatre and contemporary dance after the Sept. 11 Fine Arts Faculty Council.

He stressed that the made-to-order shelves and wardrobes on the fifth floor of the GM Building and the studios on the seventh floor of the MB Building were a vast improvement over the makeshift and donated facilities that characterized the departments’ previous digs in the TJ Annex. Plans are for the music program to move to the eighth floor of the MB Building in time for Sept. 2010.

Among the many advantages of the move is all departments now enjoy a little more space than in their previous locations. Furthermore, the improved connection of the departments to the rest of the Faculty and its administration exists on many levels. Professors in the newly-moved departments can now establish alcor email addresses instead of the Videotron accounts they required before since the annex was outside of the university’s range.


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