ITGA Campus-Community Connections Newsletters

ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Dec 11, 2015
Article Titles: New Banner Program to Promote University of Redlands, Local Businesses; City, PSU Approve $600K Land Deal; Enforcement of Underage Drinking Slows During Budget Impasse; Collaboration Celebrated at 2015 Town-Gown Awards; Alumnus Creates Mobile App for On-the-Go Job Seekers; City Weighs Ideas for Reining in Alcohol- Fueled Crime
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Nov 19, 2015
Article Titles: Communities Talk: Town Hall Meetings to Prevent Underage and High-Risk Drinking; How MPA Programs Can Help Build Town and Gowns; Pittsburgh to Announce Pilot Program to Run South Side Nightlife; University of Maryland Eyes New Fund-raising Record for Big Innovation Plans; Mansfield Considering Further Regulations, Restrictions on Rental Housing; and Mt Pleasant, CMU Protect Off-campus Students at Night with Street Lights
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Nov 12, 2015
Article Titles: About the ITGA Annual Conference; GW President Steven Knapp Talks with GW families at the Neighborhood Block Party; Norwalk Community College, City's Parking Authority Collaborate to Promote App; Committee Discusses Increasing Student Fees to Replace Fire Station; President at the Party; and Private Investors Planning UB Greek Row
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Nov 5, 2015
Article Titles: Three Upstate NY Colleges Come Together to Serve the Local Communities; Chesterfield County, VSU Partner to Meet Community, School Needs; U of C Aims to Stop Campus Sex Assaults Before They Happen; Calls for Student 'Levy' to Fund Patrols and Stop Rowdy Parties, Crime and Litter; Boston Sets Record For Housing Completion, Cities Universities; and Students Voice Their Concerns at First Town Hall Meeting
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Oct 29, 2015
Article Titles: How an Urban University Police Department Changed Its Culture; Pa.'s College Towns Capitalize on the Knowledge Economy; What a Bike-Crazy California Town Can Teach Us About Car-Free Cities; Hamden Mayor Offers Suggestions to Improve Town-Gown Relations; U of M Flint Moving Forward with Plans to Purchase Building; and Overseas Students Targeted by Fake Landlords
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Oct 22, 2015
Article Titles: Call for Program Proposals for the 2016 ITGA Conference; OCADU Joins $3 M Creative Incubator Project; Bay County Commission Requests Spring Break 'Nuisance Party' Ordinance; Local Trustees Serve as Town-Gown Resources; Community Celebrates Grand Opening of The Mill at MSU; and College Town Game-Changer
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Oct 15, 2015
Article Titles: Health Center Prepares to Implement Greek Alcohol Safety Program; UMES Moves into Downtown Princess Anne; City, University Leaders Discuss Plans for Growth; Town-Gown Relationship Grows Stronger; BG Land Use Plan Takes the Prize; and Growth of University's Endowment Reignites Municipal 'Fair Share' Discussion
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Oct 8, 2015
Article Titles: 50 Best Small College Towns in America; Kent State and YSU Collaborate to Improve Youngstown's Downtown-to-Campus Area; Student, Staff Help St.Cloud Police Net COPS Grant; Here's How Cities and Anchor Institutions Can Work Together to Drive Growth; and Penn State Task Force to Study State of Greek Life on Campus
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Oct 1, 2015
Article Titles: City Uses Paint to Stop Public Urination; La Trobe's $50 Million Upgrade; New University Initiative Reaches Out to Local Governments; Recommendations on Improvements for City, College Applauded; Students Warned to Respect Neighbors if Planning Parties During Fresher's Week; and UOIT and Durham College Finalize Campus Master Plan
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Sept 24, 2015
Article Titles: Celebrating New Athletics Home at East Boston Memorial Park; First Housing Blitz of Semester Reveals Few Major Violations, but Problems Still Linger; Cities and Universities Will Work Together in New MetroLab Network; 'Party Smart': UND Rep Hears College Town's Ideas on Bad Student Behavior; Contributions of Community Colleges to Cities and Towns; and Virginia Tech and Blacksburg Host Ninth Annual Sustainability Week
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Sept 17, 2015
Article Titles: Reducing Risk During the First Few Weeks on Campus; City to Revive George Friedrich Park; Williamstown Economic Development Committee Looks at Similar Communities; Campus Life Night Celebrates GVSU Community; EDA Approves Three Public-Private Projects on NJCU Campus, One at Campus Town; and Partnership for Change
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Sept 10, 2015
Article Titles: Lively, Walker-Friendly College Towns Become Hot Destinations; Sexual Assault Awareness Campaign Kicks Off Across Alberta; Booming Salford Now One of Britain's 'Key Growth' Areas; Mayor, EIU President Went on Ride-Along With Police; BEAR Walk Bolsters Community Ties in Collegetown; and A Partnership in Campus and Community Safety
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-Sept 3, 2015
Article Titles: Colleges at Core of Rochester's Economy; How Colleges are Battling Sexual Violence; PSU & City Police Sign New Memorandum; MSU Neighborhoods: Recipe for Success; Linking Public Institutions to Communities Key to Tackling Poverty, Report Says; and New Model Makes Move-In Day at RU Easier, Stress Free
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-August 27, 2015
Article Titles: The New Kids on Campus This Fall-Self Driving Vehicles; NJ Universities Adding 'College Towns' Near Campus; Town and Gown: WWU Readies Office in Herald Building; 'Glut' of Student Housing in Waterloo has Landlords Seeing Red; Crim to Partner with UM-Flint to Offer Health and Wellness Programs; and University of Kentucky Students, Staff to Ride Lextran Buses Free, Starting July 1
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-August 20, 2015
Article Title: Developer Brings Bikes, Carsharing and Students Together; City Welcomes Delegation from Shimla, India, as Part of CityLinks Partnership; Grant Supports Planning for Research Park; Clearing 2015: There's a Student Accommodation to Suit Everyone; and Campus Related Fire Deaths Have Dropped
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-August 13, 2015
Article Titles: Pitt State Launches Gorilla Shuttle; Ready For New Beat; Retired University Alumni May be Able to Settle Near Campus; Bars, Restaurants to Receive Extra Training to Spot Fake IDs; and Baltimore Higher Ed Institutions Fight to Restore the City
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-August 6, 2015
Article Titles: University Unveils Student Village Plans; College Park, UMD Partnership Unveils New Homeownership Program; UMass Hires Amherst Attorney, Town Official as First Neighborhood Liaison; New Dorms at University of Iowa Aim to Keep More in 'Living Learning Communities';and To Cut Down on College Drinking, Involve the Surrounding Community
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-July 30, 2015
Article Titles: Sex Assault Training Session Held at BGSU; Open Lines of Communications are Key: East Hill Notes; University of Delaware Student Creates Off-campus Housing Review Site; SLO Council OKs Items Aimed at Controlling Disturbances Around Cal Poly; Mayor, NIU President, and City Manager Deliver DaKalb's State of the City Address; and Footscray to Become University Town in 10-Year Plan
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-July 23, 2015
Article Titles: Mount Allison, Town of Sackville Earn National Award; Younger Crowd Hails Introduction of New Wi-Fi Network in Downtown Buffalo; Regional Students Stay Near While Going Far; Grant Supports Planning for Research Park; Newcastle's Approach to Envisioning the Future Can Be Blueprint for Other Cities; and Bill Would End Towns' Rights to Regulate Off-campus Student Housing
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-July 16, 2015
Article Titles: Summer Camps, Workshops Bring Thousands; Town Versus Gown Tensions Over Accommodation; Lehigh University May Move the Party Back on Campus, Require Juniors Live in Dorms; Off-Campus Housing Proposal Heads to Subcommittee; and Returning Students Offered Incentive to Forfeit Their Housing Contract
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-July 9, 2015
Article Titles: Flagstaff Committees Still Chewing on Student Housing Problems; The IFC Task Force to Investigate Sexual Assault in Greek Life; Editorial: Train Service Could Benefit Locals, Boost Economy; Giving Back to the Community; City and UMD Collaborate on 'Greater College Park' to Make Improvements; and Washington College Purchases Additional Riverfront Property
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-July 2, 2015
Article Titles: 2015 ITGA Conference Summary by Attendee Vice Mayor John Ashbaugh; Town-Gown With a Global Twist; U of T Hopes New Urban Advisers Will Help Bridge Gaps Between School and City; President Announces Action on Recommendations of Campus Community Commission; and TCNJ's Campus Town Project a Blueprint for Collaboration: Editorial
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-May 21, 2015
Article Titles: ITGA Conference Keynote to Address Sexual Assaults on College Campuses; London Real Estate Sizzles Off Campus; ISU President, Mayors Make Case Against Proposed Amtrak Cuts; Redfin Company Reveals the List of Top 20 Bikeable Cities of 2015; and Michael's Law Aimed at Enforcing Alcohol Rules in Georgia
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-May 14, 2015
Article Titles: UMass-Amherst Poised to Appoint New Committee to Carry on Town-Gown Work; Auburn in 'Multi-Phase Research Process' During Apartment Moratorium; McDavid Announces Pedestrian Safety Task Force; Rutgers University and City of New Brunswick Team Up for Project Move Out; Madison Startup CEOs Selected as Finalists for Prestigious Entrepreneurship Award; and 'Animal House' Ordinance Would Hold Trenton Landlords Responsible
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-May 7, 2015
Article Titles: Campus Drinking: How a Party School Sobered Up; College Towns Band Together, Create Energy Efficiency Website for Tenants; Penn State, State College Recognized with International Town-Gown Award; Washington, DC., Minneapolis and Denver Top The Best Cities List for Post-Graduates; Raleigh Neighbors Prevail Over Student Housing Complex Near N.C. State; and Oregon State University's Economic Impact in Benton County is $1.312 Billion
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