Our beautiful Ithaca campus has over 270 buildings, many of which are underutilized. President David J. Skorton said that we need to do a better job repurposing many of our existing buildings. A perfect example is the Johnson Graduate School of Business. It was relocated to Sage Hall and was completely renovated. It is now one of the most beautiful and technically advanced business schools in the country! The last thing Cornell needs right now is another building that sucks more energy off the grid and removes healthy outside activities for our students. Many universities and corporations are working to reduce their brick and mortar footprint and decrease energy consumption, Cornell seems to be doing the opposite.