By Jennifer Calfas, Daily Staff Reporter
Published September 19, 2013
At the forum, students were primarily concerned with the community-living style of the building and its cost to future residents.
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Harper told the students that the administration has to significantly consider Munger’s vision for the building because he was so heavily involved in the planning process.
“If this were ‘just us’ and the funding were ‘just us,’ we would have some different kinds of options,” Harper said at the forum. “But I think when you are in partnership … you make some agreements about what you’re going to offer, then we have to honor those agreements.”