Dining and Retail

Overhauling campus dining for a new era

From improving employee retention to executing tech-enabled decision-making, the National Association of College & University Food Services' report is the most comprehensive research project on campus dining to date, according to NACUFS CEO Robert Nelson.

How one top university with no COVID-19 mandates is approaching the fall

President stands by messages that have worked through the pandemic around masking, testing and vaccinations.

With COVID-19 cases up again, masking returns at Johns Hopkins, Georgetown

Despite a rise in cases statewide in New York, the University of Rochester opts to end booster requirements for students and faculty.

This NCAA darling has a better story to tell: It’s in the top 1% for ROI

Small private Bryant University in Rhode Island is on the map after its tournament appearance, but it has been a standout for students seeking careers.

High Point University announces massive $400 million academic expansion

Three donors pledge a total of $100 million to help launch new facilities, student residences and library.

Why 3 big universities are removing masks and why one is keeping them on

Case counts are trending downward nationally, but some campuses are still experiencing spikes of COVID-19.

‘Good news’: Universities boost dining options as COVID-19 numbers improve

Ohio State, Nebraska and others are extending hours and opening up indoor halls with fewer restrictions on students.

Looking ahead in higher education, with a focus on 2030

With COVID still lingering, leaders will be pressed to forge ahead on new initiatives and new ways of increasing student success.

Nearly 60% of colleges want to keep distance learning momentum going

NC-SARA report highlights that pandemic-forced shifts may not be temporary.

How colleges can leverage outdoor spaces to expand campus activity

Landscape and architectural design leader says colleges can boost their image by opening their palettes to exteriors.

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