On September 11, 2001, two planes struck the World Trade Center in New York City causing an explosive fire, which led to the collapse of the twin towers. After the debris was cleared, one vital structure survived – the slurry wall.
When it comes to what students are thinking and experiencing, the best representatives a university administration can have is its students. Consequently, President David Pershing has a small group of diverse students known as Presidential Ambassadors, who serve as his eyes and ears on the ground.
In his path-breaking new book Matthew L. Basso explores the ways in which American men on the “Home Front” protected their masculinity during the War, and the ways in which those efforts reverberated in the decades that followed it.
Exploring Sustainability at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts demonstrates how principles of ecological sustainability and affiliated design strategies can be applied to creative thinking and to the design process.
Nitrogram, an Instagram tracking platform, recently came out with its list of top colleges on Instagram based on the number of followers.