Get off to a good start this academic year with these tips from the library.
Welcome to a new academic year. Whether you’re a student starting your first year at the U or a colleague returning to campus after a well-deserved summer break, you’ve worked hard to be here.
Anticipation! Opportunity! Discovery! Friendships! All these words—and many more—describe the beginning of the new academic year at Imagine U.
U students, staff and faculty organize events on campus to celebrate the start of a new school year.
The Crimson Transfer Honor Society stresses the importance of supporting transfer students.
In an industry based on using paper, sustainable practices are an ongoing challenge, but the department was recently awarded a bronze certification in the Sustainability Office’s Green Office Program.
Here’s a primer to help you understand what U President Ruth Watkins and other administrators mean by One U.
The U made its application process simpler, more informative and widely available by becoming a member of Common App, a nonprofit that aids prospective students in the college selection process.
Before diving into classes, it’s important that incoming U students get to know their new home both on and off campus.
I have been a coffee drinker for a long time. From age 14 (if not earlier), I’d drink espresso with my family when we visited cafes, and a lot of my ideas about coffee started there. Even though the coffee I was drinking was very different from the coffee I try to make now, the experience was similar. It was special, it was new. You always ended up tasting things you didn’t expect to taste.