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A new school year brings about several changes around campus.

Plans to demolish Bolton Dining Commons and erect a 67,000 square foot building costing $26.7 million at the corner of Lumpkin and Baxter streets have been in the works since January, according to documents obtained by The Red & Black.

 

Goats are not the traditional landscaping machinery.

But the University is using them to clean up the quality of Tanyard Creek and the surrounding area.

With a little white paint, the intersection of Baldwin Street and Sanford Drive recently became a little more bicycle-friendly.

University of Georgia officials plan to replace the university’s largest dining hall soon — and while they’re at it, they may build a pedestrian bridge over Lumpkin Street at the foot of Baxter Hill.

 

Some things cannot be saved.

First glimpses of the composite sketches from University Architects show significant changes to Rutherford Hall.

This information is provided as part of an effort to keep the community informed about the development of the Health Sciences Campus, a significant addition to the University of Georgia. The Health Sciences Campus has been established on the site of the former Navy Supply Corps School on Prince Avenue in Athens. The property was deeded to the university by the U.S. Department of Education in April 2011.

Some things can be saved.

Seven sites at the former Navy Supply Corps campus out in Normaltown are to be protected by the University as part of a partnership with the State Historical Preservation Association.

ATLANTA — State lawmakers have passed a bill that would allow state colleges and universities to build more parking decks, dorms and student centers.

Students eating in O-House Dining Commons may have a drop of debris with their cup of coffee.

The dining hall is being renovated for the 2012 school year to include expanded space  and comfortable seating for students eating in the usually crowded O-House.

The University Childcare Center officially opens on the Health Sciences Campus

UGA President Michael F. Adams was joined by some of the youngest members of the university community when he snipped away at a ceremonial ribbon Jan. 25.

 

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