People tend to check in during these times:
Ride the round elevator up to the 8th floor, and barricade yourself in there for a while. Don't forget to pit a table in between elevator doors, block the roof entry/exit doors, and drop a banner.
This is not the LEED platinum building. That's 41 Cooper Square.
In the mid-1800's, founder Peter Cooper, used his success to build The Cooper Union to give access to education to the children of immigrants and working class families.
This LEED Platinum building incorporates many different efficient systems including a "dynamic operable building skin" that diffuses sunlight in the summer and acts a protective armor in winter
Ask the board of trustees when they planned to inform everyone of impending bankruptcy.
Be kind to the Video Techs
Be kind to the guards