Cleveland State Adopts New Campus Speech Policy, Shows Why It’s a ‘Green Light’ School
Cleveland State University (CSU) has adopted an “Expressive Activity Policy” to clarify and safeguard the free speech rights afforded to its students under the First Amendment. The CSU policy, adopted November 30, 2015, uses the same language as the policy that was previously developed in a collaborative effort between FIRE and the University of Toledo (UT), a result that FIRE finds to be both commendable and satisfying. Torch readers may remember that in September 2014, a group of students at UT was prevented from peacefully protesting at a campus lecture given by former presidential advisor Karl Rove. FIRE wrote to …
A decade of educational excellence: Clear Horizons Early College High School celebrates 10-year...
HOUSTON – For the last decade, Clear Horizons Early College High School (CHECHS) has steadily raised the bar for early college high schools in Texas.
How to clean convertible cloth top
Convertibles look great on the road, but how to clean the sensitive fabric of the convertible top when it becomes soiled over time? Find out on this episode of Autoblog Details.
Housing secretary nominee Ben Carson: what you need to know
The former neurosurgeon and Republican rival is pushing his bio, not his work experience, as qualifications for the key role.
How to Recycle Furniture
Did you know you can recycle furniture? Search for a location near you using the recycling search found at the end of this article.
Butler’s Foundation Ranks Among Top on WBJ Foundations List
Butler’s Foundation Ranks Among Top on WBJ Foundations List - Butler Community College Foundation
8 Pieces of Advice Every Young Professional Should Be Told
You've heard it before, but how do you do it? Read 8 professional advice tips to work smarter, not harder, for everyone seeking achievement and success.
River Stewardship: Smith Helps Produce New Guide for Tackling Invasive Plants «
Meg Kirsch '17 (right) and Rebecca Tishler of Mount Holyoke College, help pull invasive plants last summer from the banks of the Mill River on Smith's campus Published April 21, 2016 Every summer for the past several years, Smith students interning with the Botanic Garden have spent countless hours pulling invasive plants from the banks of the mile-long stretch of the Mill River that meanders through campus Their efforts are part of the college’s long-term commitment to help keep the river free of invasive plant species. A new guide published by the Mill River Greenway Initiative aims to share invasive-plant management practices with interested river stewards. Making Room for Native Plants and Wildlife is a collaborative…
Why is it called the Camp Fire? Here's how wildfires actually get their names
How a wildfire name originates often combines only two elements, who's there and where it's at.
College of Engineering & Mines
To round off spring break, UND’s Mechanical Engineering depar tment took a team of sophomores to Las Vegas to compete in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Student Design Competition. Dominic Todd, Austin Kilene, Isaiah Klingfus, Nick O’Reilly, Kevin Kilbride, Jared Hibbison, and their coach Dustin McNally took 2nd place, landing them a spot at ASME’s International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition in the fall This year, competitors designed a robot to complete a Pentathlon. The robot must lift a weight, throw a tennis ball, hit a golf ball, sprint 10 meters, and climb stairs. “UND was neck and neck with Colorado School of Mines on many events, but they had an issue on the…