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University of Sustainability

University of Sustainability

Local college and university representatives joined together recently at the Green Town Conference hosted by Columbia College Chicago to discuss making school campuses more sustainable. The session, called “Greening the Campus: How Educational Institutions Combat Climate Change,” served as a forum for local colleges to compare notes and brainstorm new ideas. Campuses represented at the […]

Field Museum’s Aztec Exhibit Opens With a Stomp

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Nov. 7, 2008 – Imagine seeing a life-size statue of a man with his liver hanging outside his body, numerous stones where bodies were sacrificed to the gods, and tools used for both ancient warfare and agriculture. "There are a lot of really eye-catching pieces in this exhibit," said Gary Feinman, a curator of the Aztec World exhibit at […]

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Aztec Exhibit Opens with a Stomp

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“There are a lot of really eye-catching pieces in this exhibit,” Gary Feinman, a curator of the Aztec World exhibit at the Field museum, said.   Eye-catching may be an understatement.   Imagine seeing a life size statue of a man with his liver hanging outside his body, numerous stones where bodies were sacrificed to the gods, […]

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