ITGA Dateline Newsletters

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
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-April 30, 2015
Article Titles: Le Binge Drinking. Quel Problème!; New Chancellor Says UM-Flint Committed to City Revitalization; College Park, UMD Officials Present Plan to Create Innovation District; Let's Keep the Positive Town-Gown Momentum Going; and Inaugural Kite Festival Takes off in College Station
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-April 23, 2015
Article Titles: CU-Boulder: Party School No More?; University President Highlights Campus, Community Partnerships at Celebration; Public-Private Partnership Residences Increasing on Campuses; Disorderly Houses in Arnold to be Tagged Public Nuisances; Downtown's Free Public WiFi Network Will Provide Valuable New Opportunities; and Campus, Community Gather to Open Plaster Center
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-April 16, 2015
Article Titles: Sober Party to Compete with Oshkosh Pub Crawl; St. Augustine Pitches Zoning Overlay Districts to Flagler College Town and Gown Task Force; Student/City/Neighbourhood Partnership is Drafting Town-Gown Terms of Reference; We're Not Alone: Other College Towns Facing Similar Challenges; Improving Public Services: The Secrets of Award-Winning Cities; and Durham Deploys Problem Oriented Policing
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-April 2, 2015
Article Titles: Studies Reveal Students May be Less Likely to Intervene in Cases of Sexual Assault Two Months into College; Northwestern to Donate $1 Million Annually to City of Evanston; PSU, City Grow Economic Development Partnership; How We Live: Stay Safe on College Campuses; ESD Approves Over $17 Million to Fund Projects Generating Economic Opportunity Across New York State; and Cal Poly Considers Building On-Campus Village for Greek Students
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 26, 2015
Article Titles: Community Colleges Adapting to Train Students for Work; Halls 2 Homes: Putting Unity Back Into the Community; City Redevelopment Plan Would Change Neighborhoods Near OSU's Campus; Hate? Bullying? Exclusiveness? Bowling Green Group says: Not in Our Town; and Bemidji Death Casts Student Drinking in Harsh Light
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 19, 2015
Article Titles: Millennials Integral to Valley's Future, Leaders Say; College Town: Video 'Game' Helps Train First Responders; The Plan to Make College Park a College Town; Business Masterplan for $135 Million Regeneration of Gloucester Quayside and Blackfriars Revealed; and Town Considers "College Town District" Plan
ITGA dateline Newsletter-March 12, 2015
Article Titles: City, PSU Poised to Trade Land Parcels; Stockton Empire: Island Campus Marks University's Biggest Conquest; Champaign City Council Approves Grant to Curb Underage Drinking; President Daniels, Mayor Dennis to Present Plan for Major Campus Changes; and More Than 200 Police Officers Keep Crowds, Arrests Low in Blarney Blowout That Wasn't
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 5, 2015
Article Titles: Cal Poly Has Big Impact on San Luis Obispo Economy - and More!; Keene State Makes Off-Campus Orientation Program Mandatory; PRINCETON: The Importance of 'Town-Gown' Relations; Editorial: Lowering Bar Entry Age; Focus on Research: Study Finds Lodging Demand More Stable in University Towns; and Student Housing Work Groups Get Started on Solutions
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-February 26, 2015
Article Titles: Saint Peter's Students get Real Experience in the Business World Through 'Town and Gown'; UMass Neighborhood Liaison to Patrol Off-campus Housing; Sprout Labs Offer Agri-business Entrepreneurs Resources; A Different Kind of College Town; $1 To Save Bicycling on Campus at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; and Borough Community Engagement Office Introduces Off-Campus Living Guide
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-February 19, 2015
Article Titles: On-Campus Accelerator for Student Entrepreneurs Officially Opens at UTM; Rutgers Administrators Outline New Housing Programs; Upstate Programs Among 19 Getting Innovation Funds; Ontario's Universities are Transforming the Communities they are Rooted in, Newly Released COU Report Shows Housing Expo to Expand with Good Neighbor Workshops; and $1.5 Million More for CSU's Housing Co-op
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-February 12, 2015
Article Titles: New Housing Policy to Uproot Former Students From University Residences; Signing Up to a Brighter Future for SA1; City of Sydney Joins Urban Green Space Partnership; Statehouse Bill Could Nullify Cedar Falls Rental Ordinance; Town, Gown Facilitates WVU and Community Relations; and How the U.S. Government Can Better Promote "Anchor" Institutions
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-February 5, 2015
Article Titles: Lakeland Wants to be Known for its College Town; Western University Supports 15,480 Jobs Across Canada, Most of Them in London; Ulndy to Host Launch for Quality-of-Life Study; Town and Gown Relationships are Like A Marriage; The Benefits of a Better Town-and-Gown Relationship; and Underage Drinking in Springfield: 'A Moving Target'
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ITGA Dateline Newsletter-January 29, 2015
Article Titles: Town Gown Steering Committee Makes Recommendation to UMass Chancellor, Town Manager; Poll: City Mayors Third Most Trusted Economic Resource; Iowa Finance Authority Offers Ames Landlords Free Property Listing Website; UW to Consider Off-Campus Party Registration; University of Washington Bothell Growth Contributes $231.6 Million to State and Local Economy; and Cambridge Engineer Leads Government Review of Business-Academia Collaborations
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-January 22, 2015
Article Titles: Manchester to Inspire US Cities; House Party Regulation Could Infringe on Constitutional Rights; Maine Gov. Proposes Towns Tax Nonprofits to Offset State Cuts; Should Urban Universities Help Their Neighbors?; Rochester Region Poised for Growth; and Marquette University, Harley-Davidson Leading Efforts to Improve City's Near West Side
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-January 15, 2015
Article Titles: Carnegie Foundation Names Portland State a Leader in Community Engagement; Gov. Charlie Baker: Worcester is Really Becoming an Educational Powerhouse; Clemson's Biggest Ever Construction in Progress; Experts, Officials Comment on What Makes a College Town Thrive; and Hanover Police Back off Drinking Arrests
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-January 8, 2015
Article Titles: Inspection Program for Rental Homes is Approved in SLO; Extreme Helicoptering: Now Parents go with Kids to College; Liquor Control Partners with Four Universities: Town-Gown Pilot Program Aims to Prevent Underage Drinking; Student-Housing Changes in the Twin Cities Mirror Trends Elsewhere; Long a College Town, Worcester Now Looks the Par
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-December 11, 2014
Article Titles: Town Gown Steering Committee in Amherst Recommends Permanent Successor; BU Tries a New Tactic to Fight Binge Drinking: Transparency; OSU Advantage Accelerator Moves New Business Forward; College Town; Project Auckland: Rich Ideas Flourish Along the City's Innovation Corridors; and University of Tasmania Cradle Coast Campus Graduates Hold Town and Gown Procession
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-December 4, 2014
Article Titles: America's Urban Campus Proves Chicago is a Global Destination for Higher Education; Worcester Working to Become a Thriving College Town; IFC Community Outreach Vice President Sees Benefits of Fraternity-Town Relations; Entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis Announces Campus Turnaround Initiative Program; and Evanston Partners with Other College Towns to Inform Students on Housing Costs, Sustainability
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