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As colleges tailor residences to the needs of first-year students, architects find that what works best isn’t what students say they want.
Instead of demolishing and rebuilding the 55-bed residence halls, Goucher is moving them, intact, to another spot on the Maryland campus.
Kevin R. McClure keeps a list of news articles that describe a boom in campus amenities. He questions that phenomenon and whether those projects are really driving up tuition.
Sleek, high-tech, and pricey classrooms are cropping up on campuses across the country. Some of the spaces might help students learn, but it’s for a surprising reason.
For cash-strapped institutions that want to increase enrollment, such deals can be a boon. But if done poorly they could leave colleges "stuck with an albatross."
The costs can be high, but, as one president puts it, repairing campus facilities says a lot to parents and prospective students about how much a college cares about itself.
The public is sharply divided on whether the city should bid for the Games. But many of the region’s institutions are all-in.
At many Southern institutions, tackling the problem isn’t as simple as changing a name. It requires a reckoning with history.
American and George Washington Universities are teaming up to build one of the largest solar-energy arrays east of the Mississippi.