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“I think the Curry Center renovations will go a long way in making the space more appealing to students and show more school spirit,” Sabo said.
Wankel also announced plans to renovate the Marino Center, which will be expanded into the old Nutrition One store on the first floor of the building. Wankel said the main goal of the Marino Center renovation is to allow for “more places for group fitness to occur.”
High demands for group fitness space became an issue this semester when Campus Recreation closed registration for all classes.
A Feb. 9 article in The News mentioned a Jan. 24 email from the university that said Campus Recreation had “a record amount of participants and a limited amount of studio space,” and could not accept any more students in group fitness activities.
The plan will create space for a spinning center unofficially dubbed “Husky Hub Spin City.” It will also serve other purposes like kettlebell classes and boot camp workouts.
“There will be all kinds of lights and funky things going on,” she said. “It should be something that really attracts attention.”
Wankel said the renovations are set to take place over the summer and should be completed by this September.
The plans, however, are not without controversy. The proposed Chick-fil-A is likely to be a contentious issue since the company has donated almost $2 million to “anti-gay” interest groups. According to equalitymatter.org, a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) advocacy site, the largest sum of these donations was $994,199 to the Marriage & Legacy Family Fund.
“For every dollar you spend at Chick-fil-A, so many cents are going to go to one of these organizations,” said senator Taylor Cotter, who is the Senate Elections Committee chair and a senior journalism major.
Wankel said Chick-fil-A has a First Amendment right to support these groups and are not guilty of any illegal or discriminatory activity.
“Organizations really do have the prerogative to support whoever they want,” Wankel said. “Chick-fil-A has been very outspoken in not absorbing that as their agenda.”
Senator Devon Branin, the special interest senator for NU Pride, the LGBT rights student group, said there will likely be protests at Northeastern if plans to include Chic-fil-A progress.
In a January 2011 press release, Chick-fil-A president and chief executive Dan Cathy wrote that the company has “no agenda against anyone.”