Campus in Summer

Campus in Summer

With most of the students gone (save those on campus for summer work and research assignments), the campus has been pretty quiet these last few weeks. But though there may be fewer people around to see it, it is no less lovely. Sweet-smelling, verdant and leafy, the campus is an exceptionally nice place to be on a warm summer day.

Global Politics and the Products We Buy

Global Politics and the Products We Buy

Students in Assistant Professor of Political Science Craig Borowiak’s Politics of Globalization class displayed posters that trace the history, production process and global supply chain of specific consumer products.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle: Tritton and Kim Halls Update!

Though some may have secretly used them for sledding (an activity emphatically discouraged on a working construction site) those big mounds of dirt on Orchard Lot are actually there for a reason. Ronald Tola, director of facilities management, tells us that they serve...

Let the Transformation Begin

Winter break is just about over and our friends are slated to return to campus. Some might be surprised at how different the Orchard Lot is looking these days! We decided to share some photos of the transformation taking...