Volunteers, top left, installed a green roof test site on 1,000 square feet atop the Life Science Building in April. The roof, part of the University's sustainability efforts, has benefits ranging from energy savings to improved air quality. • Students packed the E.H. Hereford University Center's Palo Duro Lounge in February for a question-and-answer session with former first daughter Chelsea Clinton, above, who was campaigning for her mother, Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton. • Banarsi Lal Chawla, top right, views a display in the lobby of the residence hall named for his daughter, Kalpana Chawla, an astronaut and alumna who died aboard the space shuttle Columbia in 2002. Kalpana Chawla Hall opened in 2004 and houses the University's residential living/learning program.
Pilot projects encourage students to take charge of their own learning
Recent graduate takes a campaign detour
Dan and Grace Cruz never dreamed they'd one day attend college alongside sons Mike and Nick. It's hectic but worth it, they all say.
Researchers examine Alaskan tundra for insight into climate warming
Building namesakes include former presidents, deans, coaches and an astronaut