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After signing the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment, Colby set a goal of reaching climate neutrality by 2015, far sooner than most other institutions.
A series of poetic ambushes around town aim to trap the unsuspecting as they wait in line for a movie or head to the playground with their kids.
The college’s announcement gave few details on how the new curricular focus would take shape, or change what Unity already does.
Researchers at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor found that some colleges might be better off spending money on amenities than on instruction.
The former president of the foundation and his wife siphoned millions through a shell company that provided phone, Internet, and cable-TV services.
The family of Elizabeth Banks sought to block the university from developing land that the family had sold to Hopkins in an effort to preserve it from development.
The university’s Wellin Museum includes an unusual open-storage arrangement to display works that would otherwise be hidden away.
The Appalachian State U. entry in the 2011 Solar Decathlon is now available commercially. (Photos by Jim Tetro, U.S. Department of Energy)
• Los Angeles City Council Gives Go-Ahead for $1-Billion U. of Southern California Project With Housing, Retail, and Academic Facilities
They are pressuring Green Mountain College to spare the animals, but administrators say the decision was supported by students and is final.