Images of tragedy and triumph inform and adorn Roberto Lugo's art.
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A very social student startup.
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Future engineers collaborate to create some futuristic prosthetics.
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The Big Ten is home to some big hearts, and never is that more apparent than around the holidays. So this time of the year, we like to take some time out and highlight the good works done by the students, faculty, alumni, and staff of our universities. From charity drives to fun runs to innovative, life-altering programs, these are the stories of how the Big Ten has a B1G impact on the communities they call home. Rutgers University If Jeffrey Broggi gets called dopey, he’s probably OK with it. That’s because the dean of students for Rutgers’ Livingston
Given the fact that Penn State is one of the world’s top research universities, it may seem slightly incongruous that it started in 1855 as an agricultural school. But even then, the nascent Penn State was at the forefront of what would come to define modern higher education. Applying rigorous scientific techniques and research to a backbone industry of our young nation, the college was a charter land-grant institution. As such, Penn State was founded not just for the benefit of students, but for the common good of the United States. That spirit continues to this day. The 2016 Penn
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