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  • Ultralights Awards Architecture students

    tucson-based manufacturer ultralights architectural lighting has created a unique program to bring the disciplines of architecture and lighting design closer together-the UltraLights Design Competition. Partnering with the University of Arizona's College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture...

  • Round-The-Clock Research

    Put 10 really smart college students into a combination dorm and laboratory, give them complex projects to work on, and monitor everything they do. The Home Depot Smart Home at Duke University in Durham, N.C., may sound like the premise for a reality show (that question is even addressed in the...

  • UltraLights Student Design Competition

    Building on the success of last year's inaugural program, Tucson-based UltraLights Architectural Lighting has announced the winners of this year's competition: Cameron Miller and Brandon Schans.

  • Making Their Own Rules

    Just weeks before the fall semester got under way, the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta announced that it didn’t have enough student housing. 

  • Enrollment on the rise

    Developers and brokers report that there are more investors than ever in the student housing market, as universities across the nation are projecting increased enrollment.

  • Letters

    Radon check; backfill pressure; Spanish lessons; mold precautions; source for rising hinges; more

  • In the News

    New tax break takes shape; top-dollar tarps in New Orleans; unvented crawlspace design guide; 2005 Solar Decathlon; more

  • Letters

    Notes on safety; pandering charge; support for higher energy performance standards; vinyl-siding school; wallpaper liner; fire sprinklers

  • Backfill

    Canadian students hit the slopes — hard — with concrete toboggans

  • Letters

    Safety factor; willing workers; school days; starting a training program; insurance-work advice; setting the record straight in Arizona; more