University of Michigan Biological Sciences Building
I Spy: May 2017
by Sally Bjork
From the June, 2017 issue
"'Replacing the old,' is the University of Michigan Biological Sciences Building" writes Helen Park, identifying May's subject. "It's being built next to (and is the future home of) the Museum of Natural History," writes Dave Sweeton. "North Hall and the Annex were demolished to make way for" it, writes David Karl. "After the museum moves," writes Betsy Williams, "the administrators will leave Fleming (last month's answer) and take over the museum building."
"The dome is a real stand-out," says Kate Silbert. It will house the "Digital Dome Theater ... that will expand traditional planetarium capabilities into other realms of science," shares Angie Sullivan. Besides the musuems, the "BSB will house the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology as well as the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology," says Robert J. Denver. "I am starting to feel less bad about the closing of the old" Biology Building, writes Mary Keeley. "It seems there's a lot of thought being put into this one." "Impressive," writes Carol Mousigian, but "bittersweet."
We received fifty-three entries, all correct. Our random drawing winner is Gaia Stanley, who will enjoy her $25 gift certificate at Common Grill.
To enter this month's contest, use the clue on the Back Page of the June issue and the address at the bottom of the page to submit your answer.
[Originally published in June, 2017.]
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