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    PENTAGON BATTERED BUT FIRM

    On September 11, when an American Airlines Boeing 757 crashed into the Pentagon, home of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), about 20,000 people were at work in this, the largest office building in the world. Yet according to the DoD casualty update on October 1, only 125 Pentagon employees were killed along with the 64 from the fated airliner.

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    REBUILDING IN NEW YORK

    It has been just over two weeks since terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center led to the collapse of the landmark twin towers. To varying degrees, and for those who can manage it, the routines of Manhattan have restarted. The city, in its myriad ways, is going about the work of going back to work.

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    BEYOND DISASTER

    In our second week since the terrorist disaster in New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania, emergency crews continue to work on rescue and recovery, families, friends, a nation, and the world mourn their losses, and most of the U.S. struggles toward normalcy in our daily lives.

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    Postmodern Architect Michael Graves Chosen To Design Institute Expansion — Star Tribune, 2001.0927

    All Hope Lost For NY Victims' Relatives — BBC News, 2001.0927

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    Industry Woes End Pritzker Tower Plan — Chicago Tribune, 2001.0926

    Architects, Planners and Residents Wonder How to Fill the Hole in the City — New York Times, 2001.0926 (registration required)

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    Cambridge Urges Harvard to Donate — AP at Architecture Guide, 2001.0925

    Plan For Lower Towers On Trade Centre Site — Sydney Morning Herald, 2001.0922

    Terrorist Ringleader Was An Architect And Urban Planner — Architectural Record, 2001.0920

    Second Survey Planned for Buildings Near Trade Center — ENR, 2001.0920

    WTC Landlord Envisions 4 New Towers — AP at Yahoo News, 2001.0920

    Should We? — Boston Globe, 2001.0920

    Developer Vows To Rebuild Trade Centre — Architects' Journal, 2001.0918

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