That's a little brutal, but okay. I've vented my share of disdain on this board so who am I to criticize. For me, much of what gets built in this town is more real estate calculation than actual architecture. (It's unfortunate that the two leading firms in the city are so responsible. But I digress.) This dorm, personal taste aside, is at least an attempt at more than just maximize-the-footprint at the lowest possible cost, architecture be damned. It's the perfect place to take a risk like this - somewhat removed - don't you think? Higher education should be forward-thinking and not risk-adverse. Nonetheless, risk is just that - risky. I have an inkling the real clients - students - will like this building. Time will tell.