By Kat Riddler, Editor-in-Chief
A student noticed a broken window with a board in its place in Clark Hall on July 12 and reported it to The Current Student Newspaper. The window is located in the Clark 413 classroom. There was no police report associated with the broken window.
Larry Eisenberg, Associate Vice Chancellor of Facilities Management, said the window was brought to their attention on July 15.
Eisenberg said, “It appears the glass was broken by a projector on a cart that was pushed into the glass. Replacement glass was measured and ordered today, Monday the 18th. There will probably be a 3 to 4 day turn-around on glass and replacement.”
Eisenberg expects the window to be replaced by the end of the week.