Today we gather; whether it be at a keg party, or model UN meeting. From the Education building, to 688 Sherbrooke, we are all overcome with grief by the passing of a dear friend. A friend that was always there for us (between the hours of 7 a.m. and 1 a.m.), one that provided a warm place to hide from the cold, and as much secondhand smoke as one could handle. I can say that I have gained a true appreciation for SHMU. One thing that stood out to me the most was the affordable and diverse food options. I’m a vegan, and I was always able to find food options in SHMU other than Organic Campus, which has too much of a third-wave cafe vibe for me. SHMU, it’s been a hell of a time. I will never forget when one time at “4 Floors,” I got too drunk and peed on your floor – you still forgave me. So let’s lift a glass at Gerts and say goodbye to more than a building, but a monument to how bad McGall’s architects were.