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Universities look to strengthen the places they call home
by Miranda S. Spivack
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20 November 2018
On 20 November 2018 The New York Times reported:
Many colleges and universities are taking a leading role in revitalizing local communities, recognizing that development not only can enhance the often fraught town-and-gown relationship but also make their institutions more attractive to students and faculty.
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For decades, the University of Maryland has had a tense relationship with the residents and elected officials of College Park, a small city near Washington that the university calls home.
But that has begun to turn around, said Ken Ulman, a former local politician who is leading a university redevelopment effort aimed at attracting start-ups, government agencies, and people looking for a walkable, affordable community on the doorstep of the nation's capital.
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