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I Found It

If there was a part of a building that could be deemed as “the most important”, it would inevitably be the foundation. A properly founded structure is fundamental to the success and longevity of that structure. 532 more words

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Measure Twice, Cut Once

As the saying goes, preparation is one of the keys to a successful project. In these beginning weeks, Studio V as a whole is looking to build upon the backbone of last semesters project we lovingly refer to as Crop Stop 1.0. 229 more words

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The Earth Keeps On Spinning

Have you ever looked really hard at one of the numbered boxes on your calendar? That box represents the earth completing a 360-degree rotation and… 380 more words

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Planting the Seeds for Reach

“Southern Roots + Global Reach”: this, the most recent mantra of the Clemson School of Architecture is born out of recognition of the influence wrought by students, faculty, and alumni of the program that have gone on to affect great change and progress worldwide within our chosen field and beyond, over the past hundred years of the architecture school’s existence. 222 more words

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Hello everyone! How is the semester going so far? I already have a bunch of assignments I have to do. However, I am trying to make the best out of my time in Australia. 180 more words

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Common Sense

What seems like common sense is not always so common.

A hundred years ago, no one would have ever thought that it would be easier to get food from the other side of the country, let alone world, than something grown just down the road. 206 more words

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Frack Off: My summer as a research intern

By John Frederick Bambury.

When I was first told I would be working on a research project over the summer for the sociology department I was filled with a lot of questions and emotions. 598 more words

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