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End of an era

September 21, 2016, will mark sixty years since the most damaging fire in Emory’s history—a conflagration that began in the Administration Building’s fourth-floor offices of public relations and development (aren’t they always trying to set people on fire for Emory?) It was a Friday morning in 1956, little more than a year since the building had been dedicated. 393 more words

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RCC to showcase new student service building at Route to RCC event


By James H. Williams

Riverside City College will hold the “Route to RCC,” an inaugural event on April 23 scheduled to help students learn more about college programs, scholarship opportunities, financial aid and other additional information. 123 more words

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Frank Lloyd Wright Trail signed into law.

Photos (c) Mark Hertzberg 2016

The law provides $50,000 funding for highway signs and other marketing to promote Wright’s work in Wisconsin, from the Illinois/Wisconsin state line on I-94 through Racine, Madison, and Spring Green, and ending at the A.D. 381 more words

Steve Wiesenthal leaving

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University Architect Steve Wiesenthal, who came to Chicago in 2008 from the University of California San Francisco (via the University of Pennsylvania Health System and Venturi Scott Brown & Associates), … 352 more words

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Merry Christmas to all!

Or happy holidays, festive season, whatever you prefer!  I hope you all have a great holiday season and a fantastic new year. 50 more words

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West Point Elementary demolition begins

LISBON, Ohio (WKBN) — Demolition began Thursday on West Point Elementary, the last of the Beaver Local School District’s five school buildings to be razed. 102 more words

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