Photo Credit: Adam Evans
One result of the changes to the IMC impacting students is the closure of the IMC to foot traffic. Students who in the past would have walked through the IMC to and from classes must now detour through the history wing. This creates a high rate of flow that occasionally brings hallwaygoers to a full stop. But this change has big benefits for those using the IMC - its carpets no longer collect dirt tracked in from students walking through, and the IMC is no longer host to the noises accompanying students transitioning between classes. These changes make the IMC much more useful as a classroom space.
To keep up to date on new developments or see what’s changed, follow the IMC’s official Twitter at @BearsIMC.