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Michele Sims (ASC ’87)

When I went to Annenberg in the fall of ’83, the School’s building was undergoing a complete renovation.  Our classes were conducted, and the library housed, in an office building several blocks away.  It was a tight squeeze, and inconvenient for most of us.  When we finally moved into the beautiful building on Walnut Street, I couldn’t believe how fortunate we were – the spacious library, the state-of-the-art computer center, and a home that was now part of the vibrant Penn community once again.  In spite of the temporary inconvenience, I believe the remote location helped a tight-knit group of master’s candidates bond even closer than we would have under normal circumstances.  I’m grateful to have been there both during and after the renovation.