UL-Monroe officials should be ashamed: a RUNNING TRACK > science? Uh, no.

Photo: Anthony Moretti

The Washington Post has the details.

The curators were given 48 hours to find a new place on campus to store the collection — something they weren’t able to do. Now they must get another institution to take their several million specimens. Their hard deadline is July, when the track renovations are slated to begin. And if the collection isn’t moved by then, curators said, it will be destroyed.

No offense to my friends who are runners, but a track NEVER is more important than science.

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