Makes sense, we all know these pandemics will continue so it’s good to hear that the UO Foundation is accepting tax-deductible contributions to provide well ventilated work-spaces for the most vulnerable unpaid workers and their coaches. Sportico’s Daniel Libit has the news here. Go Ducks!
Around the 0 now has an update, here, from UO law prof Mike Schill. Apparently the Moshofsky Center will not be torn down, and this is all part of our move from mere excellence to “world-class”:
“Our world-class labs, classrooms, residence halls and athletic facilities fuel an undeniable passion and inspire excellence in students, faculty, staff and alumni,” said Michael H. Schill, UO president and professor of law. “This new facility will ensure that our student-athletes can continue to push themselves without limits and compete on a global scale.”
The project, which is slated for completion in 2024, will benefit student athletes in almost all sports by providing additional access to the Moshofsky Center, the current indoor practice facility, said Rob Mullens, director of intercollegiate athletics.
“The core of our mission here at Oregon is to provide an exceptional student-athlete experience and the best possible opportunity to maximize their potential,” Mullens said.