Planning began years ago to accommodate forecasted enrollment growth. The university officially adopted a physical plan in 2014 that would accommodate 35,000 students attending CSU, about 10,000 more than it had at the time. The plan mapped out how the university could manage population and physical growth, with added residence halls and academic buildings, even as state funding for infrastructure and building improvements and development record number of freshmen have chosen CSU as their academic home this
Alaska opened its market in October last year, and selling recreational marijuana on July 1. , Maine, Massachusetts and Washington, D.C., have also legalized recreational marijuana, but retail sales have not begun.
Ben, who passed away in January 2015, served as co-director of HABIC, but it was really Georgia’s baby from the start. “I had no idea it would grow like it did,” Georgia Granger says. “I haven’t been able meet the demand these last few years. But the passion has only increased over time. What we’re doing is good to stop.”Visits to terminally ill people in hospice can be incredibly moving.
Projects underway include the C. Wayne McIlwraith Translational Medicine Institute, Michael Smith Natural Resources Building, Richardson Design Center, and the Global Food Innovation Center in honor of Gary and Kay Smith.Tags assigned to this story