Fusco Hall has truly come to life thanks to our students! From the first morning we officially opened the doors, they have reveled in the abundance of light, enjoyed using the purpose-built classrooms, and marveled at the open space. The atrium has quickly become one of the most popular spaces in the new building, which overlooks the reservoir. The focal point is a beautiful wood table crafted by Elena Delle Donne ’08. Students can also be found in the UA Café throughout the day while on break and between classes. Architecturally, the library is the most special room in the building. As the former chapel, many of the original elements remain including the stained glass windows, wooden beams, and balcony. The confessional rooms were turned into small group study rooms. The original confessional doors were moved to the new chapel. The attention to detail makes this project one in which old meets new in a truly elegant way that the entire Ursuline community can be proud of.
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