November 1, 2012 - 1:12am
BY ADAM RUBENFIRE
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East-coast colleges start to plan for reopening post-Sandy: bit.ly/SuZSWK
— Inside Higher Ed (@insidehighered) October 31, 2012
After Superstorm Sandy devastated parts of the East Coast, many universities and colleges are unsure when they will re-open, Inside HigherEd reported. The State University of New York Maritime College and Wagner College have already canceled classes through Friday. Many other colleges — including Princeton University and Monmouth University — are unable to say when students can return because it is unclear when the institutions will gain back electricity.
Gross! The least beautiful campuses huff.to/QQDZyO
— HuffPost College (@HuffPostCollege) October 31, 2012
HuffPost College featured the Princeton Review's 10 least beautiful colleges in a blog post Wednesday. The ugliest college on the list was Case Western, followed by several smaller universities. Rutgers was also on the list. Of course, the University of Michigan was not present on the list, as Ann Arbor is a beautiful place to live and learn.