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Fall 2003 Issue
University of Detroit Mercy School of Architecture

Warren Loranger and GM Foundation Recognized

On Wednesday, October 8, 2003 more than 125 alumni, friends, donors, faculty and students gathered to honor Warren Loranger ’51, and the GM Foundation for their significant contributions to the School of Architecture. UDM President Maureen A. Fay, O.P., opened the event, which took place in the new Genevieve Fisk Loranger Architecture Center.

Dean Stephen Vogel introduced Loranger and assisted Jenna Murphy, vice president of the AIAS, in presenting him with a framed photograph from the students, faculty, and staff. The photo, taken by Laszlo Regos, was a thank you for Loranger’s generosity in transforming the architecture building into the beautiful, state-of-the-art facility it is today. The photo featured a view of the "pit" area and the signage that prominently recognizes Loranger’s mother. Also attending the event were several members of the Fisk family who were deeply touched by the honor afforded their aunt. The Center includes a new exhibition hall, critique spaces and a student lounge. more...

Photo (left to right): Dean Stephen Vogel, Jenna Murphy, third year student and vice president of the AIAS, Warren Loranger, President Maureen A. Fay, O.P.




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