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Brandeis and UMass-Boston catch center fever

Both buildings embrace openness, but they send different messages

By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / May 9, 2004

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Maybe it's because college students spend so much time hunkered down in front of computer screens in dimly lighted rooms. Are these poor creatures starved for air and light? Whatever the reason, there's a sudden epidemic of new campus centers in colleges and universities in New England and elsewhere, and most are virtual explosions of bright daylight and open space. (Full Article: 1103 Words)

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