Monumental message?

March 11, 2005

Vice-chancellors usually gain immortality when university buildings are named in their honour after they retire or pass away. Not so at Westminster University, which this week unveiled the Copland building- a £30 million centre for teaching, research and administration. "I'm hoping people aren't trying to tell me something," saidJWestminster's vice-chancellor, Geoffrey Copland.

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