Monthly Archives: August 2022

George Washington University’s Thurston Hall Reopens to Students

A bust of George Washington at the entrance of the university

George Washington University’s oldest and largest residence hall reopened last week, welcoming new students for the first time in three years. These students will be walking into a building that bears little resemblance to the one that last housed students in 2019. The building has undergone massive renovations over the course of a two-year construction… Read more »

McLaren Greater Lansing Hospital Now Open

A stone sign for Michigan State University

The McLaren Greater Lansing Hospital opened its doors in March after extensive construction. The facility is located on Michigan State University’s Corporate Research Park. The new campus is far more than just a hospital – it will provide a wide variety of medical services while also serving educational and research purposes for the students and… Read more »

SDSU Raven Precision Agriculture Center Entering Second Year

The flag of the State of South Dakota

The South Dakota State University Raven Precision Agricultural Center will begin its second academic year of use after celebrating its completion last September. The building is already housing important work as the university helps prepare students for the future of American agriculture. The Background SDSU is land-grant university, meaning it receives benefits under the 19th… Read more »