Monday, August 15, 2016

"With this project, the campus would be constructing its first-ever hotel. Bob Lalanne, campus vice chancellor of real estate, explained that many other campuses — such as UCLA — own hotels in order to support themselves."

See:
http://www.dailycal.org/2016/08/14/uc-berkeley-plans-construct-hotel-university-avenue-oxford-street/

So, does UCLA support the UC mission  with hotels?

Is Cal gonna get: an overpriced ugly brick building hotel too?

Who will use it, and what for?

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Why didn't UC build a Bel Air hotel next to the Japanese Garden?

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