The center only exists in a metaphysical sense at the moment. There are no bricks and mortar involved now. And indeed, in a strange way, I'm rather glad that it's not related to a specific building; in some way, I don't think it ever can be. I think there's going to be an expansion and a consolidation so that arts aren't ghettoized in a single building, but can instead interact across the campus.Paul Muldoon
"Paul Muldoon" is an Irish poet. He has published over thirty collections and won a Pulitzer Prize for Poetry and the T. S. Eliot Prize. He held the post of Oxford Professor of Poetry from 1999 to 2004. At Princeton University he is both the Howard G. B. Clark '21 Professor in the Humanities and chair of the Lewis Center for the Arts. He is also the president of the Poetry Society (UK) and Poetry Editor at The New Yorker.If you enjoy these quotes, be sure to check out other famous poets! More Paul Muldoon on Wikipedia.
It's an opportunity to do something we've never quite managed before: to get our programs going in the same direction, under the same aegis, under one form of leadership. I think, in many ways, that the focus this will give us is going to allow us all to give the students a much better service.Paul Muldoon