The Faculty Senate is seeking ways to revitalize the struggling Garden Room, a dining facility that opened last fall as part of an effort to cultivate the University's intellectual community. The facility, located on the West Range, is supposed to foster student, staff and faculty interaction, but has not been attracting enough patrons, Director of Dining Services Edward Gutauskas said. The Garden Room needs to become more profitable, Gutaukas said. "It's a popular place but it doesn't cover its own cost," he said. About 75 faculty, staff, graduate students and invited undergraduates now eat lunch each weekday at the Garden Room, he added. "If we can increase the usage 15 or 20 people a day" the facility will cover its own cost, Faculty Senate Chairman David T.