|Admin Building Emptied During Auction
Though weekends usually hold fun activities for students, they can also bring events to work, like last weekend’s auction. Held on Saturday morning, April 13, the auction took place throughout the Administration Building and sold items from desks and chairs to old computers and projection screens. Due to a lot of professors and classes moving to the new Academic Center this year, a lot of furniture and building supplies from the Admin Building were left unused and in need of a new home. The auction gave buyers the opportunity to repurpose items no longer needed by the University. According to Jeri Kornegay, director of Media and Public Relations at MU, the proceeds from the auction are going into general school funding, and not just for one purpose. Since buyers were receiving an item for their bids, the money is not a donation for a certain project and can be put into general school funds and used for multiple school functions or programs.
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