ENHANCE | McGilvrey Hall is a charming old building, but it needs to significant updates to be compatible with 21st century research and teaching. The building lacks smoke detectors and a sprinkler system, which is a jaw-dropping absence for a building that contains millions of dollars of research equipment. The building is terrible from a handicapped accessibility point of view, with all but 1 entrance requiring stairs and an elevator that is frequently out of commission. The bathrooms aren't really handicapped accessible (and in some there are sinks that have been broken for >6 months). The recent HVAC upgrade is appreciated, but it will be better when it actually works.