Voters in New Jersey and in several community college districts approve measures.
Green Mountain College says it will live by its philosophy of sustainability when it kills two beloved campus oxen, and serves their meat in the dining hall. Many students and alumni are horrified.
Ball State could use eminent domain to develop a property near its campus, turning attention to a little used but highly contentious power held by public institutions.
With summer approaching, Maria Shine Stewart explores ways to cultivate kinder campus spaces all year long through the three “n’s”: noticing, navigating, nurturing.
Kentucky's restrictions on university debt, at a time when many public universities are turning to bonds in lieu of state funding for capital projects, further hinder construction at state institutions.
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