It was built with the foundation framework and utilizes the university's content management system and hand-coded magic.
Note: the information here only applies to new sites built with this matching template and will not work for the college or legacy templates.
Below are layouts to help you see how the above elements can work together along with some best practices. These are available as preconfigured asset factories within Cascade, but you're free to cherry pick and rearrange elements in whatever way makes sense for your specific content and audience.
Shows an example of a homepage that utilizes the full width of the template along with dynamic feeds from Newsstand and the calendar.
An alternative homepage that mirrors the layout of a subpage with navigation to the left. This example also offers more static content (for groups without relevant or active feeds), though is certainly not excluded from using these dynamic elements.
A basic content page that represents the "meat" of most websites. Includes an example of a table and an image.