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Va. Tech Board Approves $3.5 Million Propulsion Lab

The Virginia Tech Board of Visitors approved research and development-related resolutions at its quarterly meeting Monday.

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With Help Of $3M Gift, University Of Utah Will Build Student Center

Campus life » Students have been lobbying for a decade for the recreation and social facility.

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U of Texas Bars, Then Permits News Boxes At Media Building

Newspaper boxes will be allowed in front of the University of Texas’ Belo Center for New Media after all.

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President's Residence Project Would Cost UNI $450,000

The University of Northern Iowa has requested approval to perform $450,000 in repairs on the president’s house, according to Iowa Board of Regents meeting documents released Friday.

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UCA Takes One Step Toward Greek Village

The University of Central Arkansas Board of Trustees agreed Friday to spend $294,200 to hire an architectural and engineering firm to draw up plans for Greek Village, a proposed, multimillion-dollar housing development.

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3 UW Universities Hope To Replace Antiquated Science Labs

Buildings with science labs constructed 40 to 50 years ago weren't designed to keep up with expanding enrollments and evolving science, UW officials say.

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Washington University School of Law features Super Sky skylight, finished by Linetec

Washington University School of Law's Anheuser-Busch Hall features Super Sky skylight, finished by Linetec

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Former UCA President Charged

After a lengthy investigation, a former University of Central Arkansas president was charged Wednesday with a misdemeanor for tampering with a public record, Prosecuting Attorney Cody Hiland said.

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Campus Groundbreakings

A community of 160 two- to five-bedroom cottages is under construction near The University of Mississippi campus. Partners in the $37.6-million, 4,700-bed project are EdR (majority owner and manager upon the fall 2013 completion) and Landmark Properties (handling development and construction). The community will have outdoor living areas, a pool, a sand volleyball court, horseshoe pits, and a clubhouse with a fitness center, tanning beds, an internet café, study rooms, a computer lounge, a game room, a golf simulator, and a community kitchen.

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