As observant students and campus visitors may have noticed,
SC is well into a sizeable construction project ““ to everyone’s relief.
“When we finish a building, we lose that certain”¦
je-ne-sais-quoi in the air. Not just all that dust,” the university’s Construction
Superintendent Judy Aught remarks. “People are impressed when things are being
built. Excited.” A new plan was proposed last fall and ground was broken in the
spring to create the atmosphere forever: a permanent construction site.
“Naturally, we came to the conclusion that the next thing we
could build ““ would be a place where
things are built. Get it?” Judy breathes, heavily. “Construction forever.”
The site, located on the west side of
campus, would benefit from heavy McClintock traffic to rouse maximum excitement
in passersby. The expected-to-be-beloved fixture would also fill in any excitement-gaps between work on other
buildings, “so no one can say things aren’t happening for us. Always onward!”