Parsons: A better way to spend $10 million

Donald Parsons, a professor of economics and a member of the Faculty Senate special committee on financial & operational planning for the Science & Engineering Complex, urges GW’s administration to reconsider spending $10 million to plan a building that may or may not happen.

“A little pause in the push to build the monolith would itself be valuable, at the very least giving the administration more time to assess the depth of the current recession. It might even give the administration a chance to consider attractive alternatives more carefully.”

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