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UCSF makes its own power. Why?

This past weekend I took a guy home early in the morning at the end of his night shift at the University of California, San Francisco‘s power plant. At first I thought he meant he works to maintain the big … Continue reading

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IU’s not “lovin’ it.”

Back home in Indiana, my alma mater, Indiana University, used to house a McDonald’s in the Read Center dormitories. Last May that McDonald’s closed. Let me impress upon you the historical importance of this facility. This was the only name … Continue reading

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