It’s not a prison, it’s a residence hall
OK, so it doesn’t look comfy and inviting yet. But trust us when we say the new residence hall being constructed in the heart of the UW-Green Bay campus won’t always look so austere. The $8 million apartment building that will be home away from home for 126 students is scheduled to open in time for the fall semester. Paul Pinkston, interim director of facilities management assures us construction is on schedule. And yes, there will be windows. (This photo was taken Feb. 16, the day before crews began cutting window openings in the concrete.) Also, proximity to the central campus will be a notable benefit for the new hall’s residents. Although the long shot from the eighth floor of the Cofrin Library compresses the apparent distance, that’s the University Union in the foreground above.