The announcement was made Thursday at the
Caspari Hall, first opened as a men's athletic dormitory in 1939, housed male students until its closure in 2003. The building is named for French-born businessman and politician Capt.
After undergoing an extension renovation, the 16,842 square foot Caspari Hall reopened last year as an administrative center and is home to the office of the president, the office of the provost and vice president for Academic and Student Affairs, dean of the
"In an effort to highlight the restoration and preservation needs and successes throughout the state, a committee takes nominations from various constituencies of the sites and buildings most endangered and those that have enjoyed a recent restoration," said Dr.
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