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Students to live like gladiators

How come I never got to do anything this cool in university? A group of university students are plannig to live and train like Roman gladiators did in 79AD, and will stage a battle this summer, all in the name of scientific research. “We know hardly anything about the gladiators,”

Traces of one of Harvard University’s 17th-century buildings found

Harvard archaeologists have found evidence that may pinpoint the location of the 1655 Indian College, one of Harvard University’s earliest buildings. In the final days of the 2009 dig, Peabody Museum archaeologists and Archaeology of Harvard Yard students uncovered a 17th-century trench situated on the parcel of land where the Indian

Renovation at University of Georgia turns up artifacts

A renovation project on one of the University of Georgia's oldest buildings keeps turning up interesting artifacts. While removing the interior in preparation for new walls and floors, workers also uncovered massive beams that date back nearly two centuries to 1832, when a new New College was completed to replace one