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Salisbury University alum Carey Haddock, here in front of Manokin Hall, was once an RA herself. Now she’s the trainer and supervisor for RAs at the school.
Dawn Papandrea
As student life issues become more complex, training for resident advisors is increasing, as are expectations
Officials at Antioch College, which was resurrected after being closed several years, expect to have 70 to 75 first-year students in fall 2015. Plans are beginning on a new dorm.
Matt Zalaznick
Antioch College this past spring graduated its first class—of 21 students—after having been closed from 2008 to 2011
A biomass plant opened on Middlebury’s campus in 2009, marking a significant step toward the college’s pledge to become carbon neutral by 2016.
Matt Zalaznick
Endowments supporting sustainability without sacrificing returns
Mark Rowh
Industry experts were asked: How are colleges doing in educating parents on financial literacy? What else should they be doing?

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DeeAnn Wenger
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Tom Fitzgerald
Increased Financial Pressures Call for a Greater Emphasis on Controlling Spend in Higher Education
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