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City of Labyrinths Project (Toronto, Ontario)
Toronto, where Jane lived during the latter half of her life, will be the setting for more walks than any other city during the weekend; still, several stand out. This walk on the 5th, organized by a group that aims “to place a semi-permanent labyrinth within walking distance of every Torontonian,” celebrates the city’s existing sidewalk mazes, and explores the history of labyrinth design.
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By: James Stanley | October 13, 2011
Granting greater autonomy in business operations for LSU System campuses with an eye toward enhanced efficiency and cost savings in exchange for better academic performance is the focus of a measure to be taken up at next week’s LSU Board of Supervisors meeting.
The board is expected to consider a resolution giving LSU System President Dr. John Lombardi the authority to grant an initial “base level” of autonomy to LSU institutions such as the ability to retain unspent …