Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Project Space: SRC Observations
My group and I decided the new and freshly constructed SRC at CSUN would be a good place where we can explore a space. When walking in you notice how BIG and techie the place is. There is a hand scanner to get in and a modern construction on all three stories. The main purpose of the SRC is to work out and get physical exercise. At the time we went the space was moderately populated. People were exercising but it was quite quiet since it was only 10AM and most college students are probably sleeping. There was music playing and you could hear the sounds of scuffling feet from those playing basketball on the second story. The SRC serves its space very well and is a great investment for the CSUN community, unlike a few other places and features on campus. CSUN one of several places in Los Angeles where everyone is there for a common goal; to further there education and knowledge. Although CSUN takes up roughly one square block it is quite small compared to 4,850 square miles of the LA metropolitan. Our space has little to no history on account that it was just constructed and opened only about one month ago. The SRC is a nice place where one can get a good workout doing a variate of things. Weather its the gym, the basketball or volleyball court, the awesome rock wall, spin class, indoor track, or many other exercises available there the SRC is a good and healthy place to be.