Atlantic Cities

This is how big the change facing colleges could be. . .

This is how big the change facing colleges could be. . .

The title from the Atlantic Cities piece says it all:  “Could the College Campus Go the Way of the Bookstore?” In the piece Anthony Flint makes the following argument: The main strategy is to re-imagine college buildings and their functions. The lecture hall and the computer lab are seen as dinosaurs, replaced by flexible space […]

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US’s Aging Infrastructure Must Respond to Aging Population

US’s Aging Infrastructure Must Respond to Aging Population

We constantly read about America’s aging infrastructure.  According to the Atlantic Cities blog, not only is it aging, it needs to be reconfigured to serve that other rapidly aging piece of the American landscape–its human population: We often talk colloquially about the “fast pace of city living,” and that pace actually has a default speed: […]

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