The University of San Diego has opened its new 55,000-sq.ft. Student Life Pavilion student center, which not only includes various international dining stations as well as a full-service grocery store, but is designed to be the school’s first LEEP certified building (in fact, is seeking gold-level certification). The four-story Spanish Mediterranean style facility cost $30.4 million to build, with the money coming in part from an increase student fees passed by student referendum in 2005. ...

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