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campus

1. the grounds and buildings of a university
2. Chiefly US the outside area of a college, university, etc.

campus

The grounds and buildings of a university, college, or school.

campus

Two or more buildings located in close proximity. For example, a campus backbone implies a high-speed network running between all the buildings. The term used to refer only to an educational environment, but businesses adopted it a while ago to make their workplace sound friendlier.
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A new chapter of development and knowledge would start with the opening of the campus in the district, he added.
Saskia Van Uffelen, Country Manager of Ericsson Belgium and Luxembourg, says: "Ericsson and Corda Campus will engage Belgian enterprises to be key players in the development of 5G, helping to speed up industrial digitalization in the country and Europe.
The hospital officially closed in 1997, and the property was transferred to the California State University (CSU) system to become its 23rd campus and the first full-time, four-year university in Ventura County.
An Oregon court of appeals ruling overturned the long-standing university system ban of guns on campus, stating that only the legislature can regulate the use, sale and possession of firearms.
Mary Todd Lincoln fondly recalled the campus; in 1865, she wrote, "How dearly I loved the Soldiers' Home." The Lincoln Cottage was constructed in 1842-43 as the home of George W.
The spatial and programmatic overlap within the central void also operates to interlock the faces of the building with the campus and the natural landscape.
For Express Scripts, locating 1,200 employees and a $15 billion-a-year company on campus is a maturation of the model.
Outcomes that each campus must report on were assigned to each area.
Something good is happening at SMU and in the more than 1,200 Catholic campus ministry programs in colleges and universities across the country.
Meyer's obsession blossomed into a 96-page book, The Trees of Winona State University, which features charming photos of blooming trees, leaves, fruit, and bark and intriguing information on campus trees.
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Like Hampton, all of Tuskegee University's residence halls have one wired Ethernet port "'per pillow." Still, the totally wired Tuskegee campus had 20% wireless coverage in September 2004, and a gift from Intel put wireless hot spots in 100% of the Tuskegee's academic buildings in January 2005.

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