Woman in red kerchief applies wax to a big horn sheep sculpture

Taking care of the animals

University Museums staff clean and wax outdoor sculptures two to three times a year to provide a protective layer against the elements and prevent corrosion.

Regents to consider spring tuition increase for resident undergrads

A cremation garden for the university cemetery, $3.6 million electron microscope purchase, presidential salaries and a nonprofit facilities corporation also are on the Aug. 5 agenda.

Blackboard technical support moves to Solution Center, expands hours

Instructors using Blackboard should have more accessible, on-demand technical help under a new support system that begins next week.

Visitors walk around the campanile

Nice place to visit

Golden oldie

An old campus walking route makes a pleasant three-quarter mile loop around many central campus landmarks.

Two teams, one clean creek

The annual College Creek cleanup got an extra boost from visiting students, on campus for the College of Agriculture and Life Science's Carver Internship program.