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  • D.C. High School Beleagured by Violence Gets a New Building and a New Start

    After years of being afflicted with violence and drugs, Ballou High School students and faculty are working to shake off the past. In Fall 2014, the students will move to a brand-new building designed by Bowie Gridley Architects, PGN Architects, and Perkins+Will in the hopes of creating a new...

  • People to People

    The heart of architecture is connecting people.

  • Cooper Union to Introduce Tuition

    The signature Thom Mayne–designed Cooper Union building casts a shadow over the design school’s financial future, which announced that it will begin charging tuition from graduate students.

  • U.S. Department of Education Names Inaugural Green Ribbon Schools

    Seventy-eight schools are recognized for environmental and health-focused curricula, as well as their efforts to reduce their environmental impact and costs.

  • National Architectural Internship Program Finalized

    The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) earlier this month completed the three-phase rollout of its Intern Development Program 2.0. NCARB’s program updates also include a revamped online reporting system and a provision that allows some program supervisors to participate...

  • Water-Treatment Plants

    Wastewater-treatment plants used to be dirty buildings. Today, architects are cleaning them up.

  • Local Market: Jackson, Miss.

    A look at local market conditions in Jackson, Miss.

  • New Princeton Dean Answers Critics

    Newly minted dean of Princeton’s School of Architecture Alejandro Zaera-Polo addresses students’ complaints over his appointment.

  • School of Hard Knocks

    Tuition is rising for architecture students, even as graduates face bleak unemployment.

  • Orange Agent

    Syracuse University is positioning its School of Architecture under Mark Robbins as an incubator for development in the city of Syracuse.