The construction of the Windhover Contemplative Center, a spiritual refuge that aims to allow visitors to escape from the daily intensity of campus life, will be finished early this summer, according to University administrators.
Lisa Jackson, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) from 2009-2013, spoke to students yesterday evening about her life in both the public and private sectors. The talk was the second annual Steven H. Schneider Memorial Lecture, and was held in Memorial Auditorium.
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On Tuesday night, Piper Kerman spoke to students in CEMEX Auditorium about prison reform and her 13-month term in a minimum-security women’s prison.