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Donor Gifts University $60 Million for Baseball Stadium

Binghamton University hopes to expand its national profile with a new baseball stadium paid for by an anonymous donor.

Teaching Through the Doom

Christopher Schaberg and Ned Randolph, two New Orleans professors, reflect on teaching in precarious geographies, in precarious times.

International Education in an Era of Climate Change

A new network of international education professionals is trying to get the field to face the crisis of climate change -- and the carbon emissions generated by student air travel -- head-on.

How Dorm Rooms Can Affect Grades

A new study found that slick, apartment-style housing might be aesthetically pleasing but could lower students' grade point averages.

Reducing the Carbon Footprint of Academic Travel

Dismayed by their climatic impact, 12 scholars seek to limit carbon emissions at their own institutions as well as give suggestions for others.

Every Campus Should Address Climate Risk

We have a distinct opportunity to turn the corner in tackling the challenges before us, writes Laurie L. Patton.

How Dormitories Have Evolved

How have residential spaces for college students changed? An art historian discusses her new book on the topic.

A Reversal on Fossil Fuels

Nearly six years after Middlebury rejected a push to divest, the college announces that it will slowly draw down fossil fuel holdings in its $1 billion endowment. What changed?