Sidney R. Knafel A.B. ’52, M.B.A. ’54 (right), and his wife, Londa Weisman, confer with architect Henry Cobb A.B. ’47, M.AR. ’49 (center), as the final beam is hoisted into place at the Knafel Building, a major component of the new Center for Government and International Studies. The center, for which Knafel gave the initial funding, will provide an environment in which students and faculty can take a multidisciplinary approach to studying government in a global context.