- David Lambert
- March 02, 2013 - 07:22
Maybe we see a school of law here after all, but we are definitely going to see the cost of attending MUN skyrocket. I just hope that the powers that be are not attempting to put the price of a higher education out of reach, and make our university elitist. Remember those who it Memorializes.
- March 02, 2013 - 06:37
No shortage of money here. Not saying it's a bad idea,but, in today's fiscal situation, this should not happen. Also, with the Battery gone, so are the taxes paid to the city. I guess we could cancell the city's $100,000 grant to MUN for the Aquarena offset some of the loss taxes.
- March 01, 2013 - 19:08
This has to be the biggest farce and waste of government funding that I have witnessed in some time..."a presence in the downtown..." This will be like the Fleuvarium, sopposedly a place to educate people and school kids on the various species of fish that inhabit our waters... this MUN purchase will simply be another place for the upper echelon to wine and dine Alumni and business people and Friends... A catasthropic joke !!! Is this what higher education has evolved into as of late? Mose Morgan has to be turning in his grave !!!