According to Andrew, an Ann Arbor News reporter and photographer will be visiting the Student Woodshop at 5:00 PM today. The Woodshop was closed suddenly without warning by the University earlier this week. I’ve been told the Daily has been contacted about this story, and I hope the cover it – it’s a shame a small but important service like the Woodshop has been cut. If it cost $100,000 a year to run, (a generous estimate) closing the woodshop would constitute .0027% of the $36.4 million cut in state aid, and burden most directly students trying to save money or make gifts. By my count, over 150 people earn more than $200,000 each year at the University.

Author: Rob