Buchart Horn Architects
 Now the Hildreth-Mirza Humanities Center, Bucknell University purchased the building formerly known at the Demosthenean Hall home to Delta Upsilon Fraternity in 2005 and utilized it as a residence hall for more than 10 years until the decision was made the create an inviting facility for humanities students and faculty that promotes humanists collaboration and research.  The LEED-silver facility boasts a green roof, a living wall, Shakespearean Garden, and energy-efficient façade and system upgrades. The project consisted of an addition on the north side to provide an accessibility entrance, an elevator to service all the floors, and a great room as well as renovations to the existing building. The building is part of an historic quadrangle and is surrounded by old growth trees which had to be protected.  Now that the renovations are complete the building is home to the Bucknell Humanities Center, The Griot Institute for Africana Studies, and the Bucknell University Press. The building is intended for the use of all students, faculty and staff members engaged in humanistic work of any sort.

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