Paresky Center

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[[Image:Paresky Sep 11 2006.jpg|thumb|right|The Paresky Center under construction, as of 11 Sep 2006]]
The Paresky Center is the new student center to replace [[Baxter Hall]]. It is expected to open opened in January 2007, after two years of construction. It will house houses many important [[:Category:Resources|resources]] and services that have been homeless while it was under construction.
:[[Grab & Go]] will move to Paresky Feb. 19th, the new '82 Grill will open on the 26th, and student [[SU box|mailboxes]] will be activated at the end of Spring Break.
Get excited* [http://www. But don't go into Pictures of the building, as it isn't approved for occupation yet.opening]
==What it will look looks like==
[[Image:Paresky Nov 15 2006.jpg|thumb|right|The Paresky Center under construction, as of 15 Nov 2006]]
[[Image:Paresky drawing.png]]
Above: an architect's rendering of what the Paresky Center will would look like when it is completed, created before Baxter came down.
Below: a photograph of the same view, the day before the Paresky Center opened.
==Snack Bar==
The Paresky Center will have has a [[Snack Bar]] reminiscent of the old snack bar in [[Baxter Hall|Baxter]], with curved walls and wooden booths. [ According to the] November 15Upon Paresky's opening, 2006 ''[[The Williams Record|Record]]''::Equivalency for students on dinner points in the meal plan who do not eat dinner will also rise snack bar increased to $8, 7.00 from its current value at the previous $6.75. The new Snack Bar in Paresky, will be is open from 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Monday through Saturday, and from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. on Sunday.
According to the November 15, 2006 ''[[The Williams Record|Record]]'', [ the Marketplace will be as follows]::The Marketplace will feature features a deli, a carving station for rotisserie chicken, Teppanyaki grills with a vegetarian and vegan focus and salad and pasta stations, and will be is open Monday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. ...:“It’ll be more of ‘a la carte’ – no longer ‘all you can eat.’ It’s going to be a different situation, and it will take a while for everything to settle,” said Heidi Duncan, a cook at Mission.
==See also==
*[ / Live webcam of construction progressthe Paresky center]*[ Paresky Center main page]
*[ Photos of interior as of March 15, 2006]
*[ Photos of interior as of May 21, 2006]