Woodbridge Residence Hall, on the corner of Riverside Drive and 115th St., is in the final stretch of an EPA competition to reduce energy use.
By John Martin
When I was a grad student at Columbia University, I spent a lot of time holed up in the Loeb Library reading and writing papers, but I also spent a lot of something else—money. That degree was expensive! Ten years later, it’s a small consolation to know that some active members of the Columbia community are working to save the school some cash, while helping the environment in the process. Continue reading
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