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March 17th, 2015, by skessler312
February 14th, 2015   It was the Gold Coast, it was the Great Barrier Reef, it was the paper white sand, the deep blue waters, the pristine beaches, and the coastline that were staring right back up at me. The vast span of water had artistically accented strips of bright,... Read full post
LPI Community Experts
What if I told you that a single policy initiative could enrich our communities, inject a catalyst into our economy, strengthen our families, and secure our border all the while bringing *in* money for the federal government? (http://nyti.ms/N7Mk4c) You might call me crazy.... Read full post
October 8th, 2014, by ebeck722
By Megan '15 One of the most important items that I have with me at almost all times is my planner. Without it, I would truly be lost and never know what I am supposed to do or where I am supposed to be and at what time. I have used a planner during my entire time here at... Read full post
May 14th, 2015, by dfarish
In Part 1 of this series, “It’s Good to Be the King,” I addressed a recent report from Moody’s Investors Services that predicted a growing separation of a relative handful of super-rich universities from the rest of higher education. I also considered the... Read full post
April 23rd, 2015, by bcampbell031
Spring 2015 Master of Architecture candidate Peter Romains is one of eight presenters at the 37th New England Society of Architectural Historians Student Symposium taking place at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design on February 28. Other student presenters... Read full post