Posts Tagged ‘ University Recreation Center ’

My speech to the Board of Governors in opposition to the Rec Center

Apr 12th, 2010 | By | Category: News Feature

by Zach Becker On Friday, April 9, 2010, I delivered the following speech to the Missouri State University Board of Governors concerning my opposition to construction of the University Recreation Center, a $30 million facility set to break ground later this month. After my speech, Student Body President Chris Polley stood up and delivered an […]



Turnout impressive for Rec Center protest

Mar 24th, 2010 | By | Category: Blogs, Opinions

by Zach Becker After participating in today’s protest against the construction of the University Recreation Center, I must say I came away very impressed by the level of student interest in the issue. We had probably 25-35 students show up during the course of the hour-long demonstration. I have yet to hear the final count […]



Students to protest against construction of University Recreation Center

Mar 20th, 2010 | By | Category: Campus Events, Campus News, News, Top Story

A group of Missouri State University students are planning to protest construction of the University Recreation Center, a $22.9 building set to break ground next month. The protest will occur from 2-to-3 p.m. on Tuesday, March 23, outside Carrington Hall on campus.



MSU should reconsider construction of University Recreation Center

Mar 1st, 2010 | By | Category: Editorials, Featured Articles, Opinions

We are about to face major budget cuts, yet we are still chugging along about to build a superfluous facility that the majority of students will probably never use and which will cost untold amounts in the future to properly staff and maintain.



University Recreation Center to break ground next semester

Oct 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: News, Top Story

It started as mere speculative conversation between Director of Campus Recreation Cindi Barnett and some of the students working under her six years ago and, through years of dedication, she has helped it materialize into the roughly $23 million and over 90,000 square feet University Recreation Center set to break ground next semester.