The tiny house at the TCG is meant to promote sustainability.
A class on Ambler Campus focuses on gardening plants for food, medicine and dyes.
Saxbys kicked off the semester with interior renovations, new menu and artwork from Tyler students.
COE students remain concerned that a library in their school will close in the next few years.
The Institue on Disabilities produced “A Fierce Kind of Love,” a play focused on the intellectual disabilities civil rights movement.
Last Wednesday through Friday, the Lamina Jewelry Exhibition and Sale displayed student-made jewelry.
Frank Bruni, a columnist with the New York Times, spoke about liberal arts education on Friday.
The class includes volunteerism, legislation and a clothing drive.
Students complained about slow arrival times for Flight buses.