Duke Realty Corp. (NYSE:DRE) Q4 2017 Earnings Conference Call February 1, 2018 1:00 PM ET
Ron Hubbard – Vice President of Investor Relations
James Connor – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Mark Denien – Chief Financial Officer
Nick Anthony – Chief Investment Officer
Manny Korchman – Citi
Jeremy Metz – BMO Capital Markets
Ki Bin Kim – SunTrust Robinson Humphrey
Olympic track and field athlete John Carlos, whose demonstration at the 1968 Mexico Olympics has become one of the world’s most instantly recognizable images, will speak Feb. 20 as part of UD’s Black History Month celebration. Photo by Nathaniel Anderson
The University of Delaware is observing Black History Month with a diverse array of events and activities through March that celebrate the achievements of African Americans and honor their role in U.S. history.
This year is particularly significant—2018 marks the 50th anniversary of 1968, a watershed year for the civil rights movement. From the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy, to defiant protests calling for social change, to establishment of the Fair Housing Act, 1968 is often considered to be one of the most consequential years in America’s history. Over the coming months, UDaily will be publishing stories to remember 1968.
The first phase of the multibillion-dollar development the Wharf opened in Washington, D.C., in October. One of the largest active real estate developments in the District, the Wharf is a mile-long (1.6 km) waterside neighborhood that stretches across 24 acres (10 ha) of land and more than 50 acres (20 ha) of water. (Hoffman-Madison Waterfront)
After years of planning, the first phase of one of Washington, D.C.’s most ambitious projects, the Wharf, opened in October with restaurants and shops along cobblestone walkways, in addition to residences, offices, a live music venue, and public parks, all with dramatic views of the Potomac River.
Like generals, policymakers often fight the last war. Today, residents in cities across the country face a real threat of displacement. Paying more than a third of your income towards rent is the new normal, pushing many low-income people into housing court and onto the streets.