ITGA Campus-Community Connections Newsletters

ITGA Dateline Newsletter June 29, 2017
Article Titles: Town and Gown Committee Shares 2016-2017 Progress Support; More Kids Drinking at Younger Age; New Models for Community Colleges; MBike Arrives in University Park as Hyattsville Also Considers Contract; Lewiston Officials Support More Enforcement for Student Housing
ITGA Dateline Newsletter June 22, 2017
Article Titles: UNC Chapel Hill Honored for Commitment to Equity; The Top 100 Safest Colleges in America 2017; UK Involvement at the ITGA Conference; Profits from Alcohol Sales Will go to Sexual Assault Prevention and Counseling; 'Town and Gown' in Westport Team Up to Help Save Children and Pets; Editorial: Town-Gown Cooperation Pays off
ITGA Dateline Newsletter June 15, 2017
Article Titles: Noise Complaints, Arrests Tumble; Officials Credit Community Policing; Specially Trained Nurses Serve Sexual Assault Victims and Justice; Multi-agency Working Helps to Tackle Anti-social Behaviour in Our Communities; Tragedy Results in a Teaching Tool; Students Asked to Love Where They Live and Get it Out for Cardiff; Opportunities and Challenges Between Town and Gown
ITGA Dateline Newsletter June 8, 2017
Article Titles: ITGA Conference at UO Draws Close to 300 to Campus, Community; City of San Marcos and TSU Honored for Strengthening Town & Gown Partnerships; Campus-Community Leaders Receive ITGA Presidential Excellence Award; A NEW Online Resource for ITGA Members
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-May 25, 2017
Article Titles: WNPR: Colleges, Cities Find Creative Ways to Bridge Town Gown Divide; Town Gown Relationship at an All-Time High; America's Most Affordable Towns with Major Universities; The Role of Art in Restoring a Community; Continued Growth at CMU Key to Identity and Economic Success
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-May 18, 2017
Article Titles: What a College President Should Do in Year One; TIAA, UMD Work Together to Develop Next Generation of Nonprofit Leaders; Winners from the Town & Gown Competition Announced; U of T President Celebrates Uber Research Hub as a Major Victory for Canada; Hamilton's Academic Institutions Partner with City to Launch CityLab
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-May 4, 2017
Article Titles: Yik Yak, the Once Popular and Controversial College Messaging App, Shuts Down; How Three Washington Colleges are Shaping Their Neighborhoods; Mental Health Awareness Month: Balancing Response and Treatment in Higher Ed; West Chester BID Recognized with Great American Main Street Award; Communities Need to Stay Up to Speed on Bicycle Infrastructure
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-April 27, 2017
Article Titles: BG Block Party Brings Community and Campus Together; University Police and Students Fight False Perceptions with Field Day and Barbecue; Community Center Celebrates 15 years; Meet Iowa City Downtown District's New 'Nighttime Mayor'; Town, Gown Come Together for Sustainability Expo
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-April 20, 2017
Article Titles: Housing Teams Present Community Engagement Ideas at Workshop; College Park's Bike-Share Program will Expand After a Successful First Year; Mayor Harmon Works to Improve Town and Gown Relations; Canadian Universities Chosen for North American Self-Driving Car Competition; Summit Brings Manufacturers from Around the Globe to PSU; Amherst Official Says College Town Will Need More Staff When Pot Stores Open
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-April 13, 2017
Article Titles: Four Ingredients for Cultivating Vibrant Campus-Community Connections; Regional Campus-Community Members Gather in Ithaca; Mayor Wants College Acceptance Letters as High School Graduation Requirement; Demolition Begins on Block 22 Project; New York Adopts Free Tuition
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 30, 2017
Article Titles: 2017 ITGA Awards: Call for Nominations Open Until April 3rd; New Ride-Hailing Service Launches in San Marcos This Weekend; University of Toronto Opens Centre for Sexual Violence Prevention; Rudd Says University Redirecting Neighborhood; Making Greater Lafayette Greater: Course Tackles Challenges, Connects Communities; Guelph University Execs Check Door-to-Door on Student Mental Health
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 30, 2017
Article Titles: The ITGA Annual Conference Update; Cornell to Introduce Off-Campus Housing Rating System; College Park's Good Neighbor Day Could See Doubled Attendance This Year; The Nick Project is Raising Awareness About Fire Dangers On and Off Campus; Manchester International Student Safety (MISS) Initiative; Winston-Salem Wins Diversity Award
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 23, 2017
Article Titles: Purdue, Cities, Schools and County Look to Future with Wireless Expansion Partnership; A New Era for College Towns; New Student Initiative Launched to Help People who Feel Threatened in Bars; Drinking on London Rooftops Target of New Beefed-up Bylaw Proposal; Student Artists Storymap Statesboro in "Gown to Town" Multimedia Exhibit; The University's Alcohol-Free Alternative for St. Patrick's Day
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 9, 2017
Article Titles: 2017 ITGA Conference Information and Opportunities for Engagement; Cornell University Hosting Drive-in Town-Gown Conference in Ithaca; Minneapolis may Ease Zoning to Allow for More Fraternities, Sororities Near Campus; Medford to Require that Tufts Submit Addresses of Off-Campus Students; Online Housing Hub Makes Uptown Renting Easier
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-March 2, 2017
Article Titles: Call for Nominations for the 2017 ITGA Awards; Universities Establish Joint Centre to use Data for Social Good in Cascadia Region; Local Coalition Updates Chapel Hill on Efforts to Reduce High-Risk Drinking; Council Passes Moratorium Related to Off-Campus Student Housing; Town and Gown Joined to Form Learning in Retirement; How Universities are Bringing the Entrepreneurial Experience back to Campus
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-February 23, 2017
Article Titles: Montreal Has Been Named as the Best City in the World for Students; Editorial: Students Should Use the Off-Campus Housing Database; University of Kentucky Wildcat Clean-Up; Mayor Myrick: No 'Silver Bullet' to Fix Housing, More Cornell Dorms Could Help; Final Call for the Boston Town & Gown Association Regional Conference; America's Public Infrastructure: A National Report Card
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-February 16, 2017
Article Titles: UMPD's Community Police Academy puts Students and Staff in an Officer's Shoes; Company Coaches Laramie on Bringing In Businesses; Clemson's Signature Town-Gown Event, 'Passports to the Arts' ; NBA Teams Bet this Chico Startup Can Sell Their Brands to College Students; University, Community Partnership to Continue
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-February 9, 2017
Article Titles: Professional Development Opportunities at the ITGA Conference in Eugene; Editorial: Efforts to Attract, Retain Young Talent Much Needed;
Relations Improving Between Hamden and Quinnipiac University: Mayor; The World's Most International Universities 2017; Chico Fire Department and CSUC Collaborate to Reduce Arson; Mayoral Candidates Talk Town-Gown Relations at Northwestern-held Forum
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-February 2, 2017
Article Titles: Amherst Police Explore Ways to Curb Partying Through 'Environmental Changes' to Property; Best College Destinations Offer Diversity, Access, and City Lifestyles; City, Atlanta University Center Partner for Student Safety; Maryland 'Dream Team' Builds Community Through Basketball: BTN LiveBIG; Chamber Turns Attention to Making City a College Town
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-January 26, 2017
Article Titles: Queen's, McMaster Move to Bolster Collaboration with City Governments; NSCAD University Students Designing Greeting Cards for Inmates; Student Senate Aims to ease Off-Campus Housing Woes; Ga. College Security Initiative Protects Campus, City; Identifying, Treating Student Depression Through Mobile Devices; Mayor Emanuel and President Schapiro Highlight Opening of New Site for Northwestern Academy
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-January 12, 2017
Article Title: UK Conference on Town & Gown Relations a Huge Success; Boston Town & Gown Association Drive-in Regional Conference; UGA President, Macon Mayor Discuss Collaborations and Future Partnerships; Eastern Illinois University President Encourages Students to Remain in State; Interactive Campaign Promotes Lifelong Learning at Royal Roads University
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-January 5, 2017
Article Titles: CRP Studio Work Making a Difference in Lincoln Neighborhoods; Iona's Economic Impact on New York State Totals $258 Million; State and Sheriff Team Up to Inspect Liquor Establishments; PSU Partners with City, Chamber on Economic Development; Virginian-Pilot Editorial: Colleges: An Economic Idea That Works; City Sells Surplus Land to Chapman University for $6.5 Million
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-December 15, 2016
Article Titles: Eugene Police's Party Patrol Inspires Fear Among UO Partiers, Appreciation Among Neighbors; Alumni Campaign Sends Uplifting Post Cards to First Year Students During Exam Season; How University City Plans to Become Cool; Campus Plan Receives Approval; UMD Students Teach English to Local Parents; 'Free to do Whatever They Want': Why Universities can Punish Students for Off-Campus Behaviour
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-December 8, 2016
Article Titles: The 2017 ITGA Conference Registration is Open; Local Government, Cornell Representatives Analyze Future of Student Housing; Block 22 to Be 'A Cultural Change Engine' for Pittsburg; High Rises in University District? Big Crowd Packs Hearing on Zoning Plan; Operation Prevent In Full Force; Officers Combat Underage Drinking
ITGA Dateline Newsletter-December 1, 2016
Article Titles: Battling Student Hunger; Town-Gown Awards Recognize Recent Collaborations; A New Approach to an Old Problem: Chapel Hill Takes on Dangerous Drinking; U-Pass Increasing University Transit Ridership; An SGA Town Hall Gave UMD Students a Chance to Ask about College Park's Future; McMaster Launches New Minor in Community Engagement
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