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Architecture Building on U campus, built in 1970, set for net zero retrofit.

Scheer on Energy, Net Zero That Is

Rethink, reuse, recycle. If you’re like me, those words lead you to think about recycling cans, glass bottles, food scraps--maybe even out-worn clothing. But how about an entire

The new Pac-12 includes some very environmentally-conscious schools.

Joining the Green PAC-12

Hey Ute fans!  Grab your bicycle, that reusable coffee mug, and locate the nearest recycling bin because we’re entering the PAC-12!  [caption id="attachment_4563" align="alignright" width="162" caption="The new PAC-12 includes

Red Sky in Morning, Sailor Take Warning; Dark Sky at Night, Everyone’s Delight.

[caption id="attachment_1964" align="alignleft" width="131" caption="Old school illumination."][/caption] Ever notice the skinny lampposts across campus with the bulbous glass bowls on top?  Ever wonder how well they do their job

Checkout the Latest Post on RedThread:

RedThread Retiring

It’s been a good run all, but RedThread is ready for retirement. We’re consolidating with FYI, our faculty and staff newsletter, to create a comprehensive, campus-wide online publication dubbed @TheU, where you can find information for all of the …

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