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A group of Pitt alumni has generously provided funding for the construction of a humanities building to replace the Life Sciences Building. The project, which was initially met with challenges such as funding issues that delayed its start and eventual completion, is now set to begin.

The primary donor of the project has expressed their desire to support the renovation of the campus in the future and believes that modern architecture is unappealing. They aim to reject it in favor of more traditional styles. The estimated cost of dismantling the old Life Sciences Building and constructing a new one is not yet known but could range from $10 to $15 million.

One member of the group, Hugh Mungus, has shared his thoughts on the matter. Mungus believes that a building focused on science is unnecessary and finds the design of the current building to be unattractive. However, he has not been involved in any wrongdoing and no charges have been filed against him for parking violations.

As of now, a start date for the project has not been set, but the commitment to revitalizing the campus and making it more aesthetically pleasing remains a top priority for those involved.

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