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Merits of repurposing forsaken industrial sites extolled in essay

Prof’s essay lauds reuse of extant industrial sites

posted April 21, 2014
Creating dynamic architectural spaces from hulking, abandoned industrial buildings helps preserve a city’s industrial heritage said Gabriela Campagnol, assistant professor of architecture at Texas A&M, in an essay published in the January issue of ja+u.
Preservation experts to discuss campus depression-era buildings

Preservation experts to discuss 1930s–era buildings on campus

posted April 15, 2014
A significant era of the campus’ architectural heritage will be discussed by preservation experts in “A Collection of Extraordinary Talent & Artistry: The Depression-Era Buildings of Texas A&M,” 4 p.m., April 30, 2014, in Preston Geren Auditorium.
Aggies studying abroad introduce Big Event tradition to Europeans

Students studying abroad bring Big Event to Europe

posted April 15, 2014
Numerous public spaces in Europe received “facelifts” from College of Architecture students in three study abroad venues as a “thank you” to their host communities — mirroring the annual Big Event tradition in Bryan/College Station.
Paintings by late design prof Alan Stacell on display April 5 – May 10

Late design prof’s paintings on display April 5 – May 10

posted March 27, 2014
An exhibit of 20 paintings by the late Alan Stacell, a prolific artist and former professor of architecture who for 40 years served as teacher and mentor to a legion of student designers, will open with a 6 p.m. reception April 5 at the Wright Gallery, Langford A.
Renowned environmental activist to speak at Texas A&M in April

Environmentalist to speak at Texas A&M at two April lectures

posted March 26, 2014
Bill McKibben, who the Boston Globe called one of the United States’ most important environmentalists, will discuss the threat of global warming and the international movement to end humanity’s reliance on fossil fuels in two lectures set for April 10 and 11.

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