When the architectural firm tapped to design a new Campus Life Center (CLC) first arrived at Emory last year to begin researching the project, their initial strategy was to launch a conversation.
What types of programming should be included in a new student center? Which organizations should find a home there? What functions could a new CLC best serve for the campus community?
That conversation expanded last week, as representatives from the Durham, North Carolina-based firm of Duda/Paine hosted a public campus forum to share conceptual design ideas and seek public input.