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    Architecture Headlines This Week

    Clear-Up after Tornadoes Wreak Havoc Across US Midwest — BBC, 2012.0303

    At Least 27 Dead as Tornadoes Sweep Across US States — BBC, 2012.0303

    High-Speed Rail Will Accept Bids within Weeks — Fresno Bee, 2012.0302

    MLA+ Wins Masterplan Work in China and Russia — Building Design (registration required), 2012.0302

    Christchurch's Quake-Damaged Cathedral to Be Demolished — Guardian, 2012.0302

    Crowd-Funding Campaign Launched by Illinois Architecture School — Building Design (registration required), 2012.0229

    Heartland-Backed 'Scientist' Misinforms Students, Is Utterly Debunked — ThinkProgress (Blog), 2012.0228

    For First Time, Architect in China Wins Top Prize — New York Times, 2012.0227

    George Oldham Resigns from Arb Board over Ethnic Slur — Building Design (registration required), 2012.0227

    Ottawa's Energy Leaders Named Best in Ontario — Ottawa Citizen, 2012.0225

    Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit Picks Rice+Lipka, James Corner Field Operations for Redesign — Huffington Post, 2012.0224

    Medical School Architect's List Pared to Five — Buffalo News, 2012.0224

    University at Buffalo Announces Design Competition for New Medical School — Buffalo News, 2012.0224

    People and Places 2012.0222 — ArchitectureWeek, 2012.0222

    National Museum of African American History and Culture Groundbreaking — Washington Post, 2012.0222

    Daley Center Architect, Jacques Brownson, Dies at 88 — Chicago Tribune (Blog), 2012.0221

    Massachusetts Home Seizures Threatened in Loan Case — San Francisco Chronicle, 2012.0221

    Swiss Architect Wins Bab Al Bahrain Redesign Contest — Gulf Daily News, 2012.0217

    Flinders Street Station Design Update: Competition Adviser Appointed — Architecture & Design, 2012.0217

    Crane Drops Steel 40 Stories at WTC Site; Truck Crushed — MSNBC, 2012.0216

    Victorian Architect Wins Recognition — This Is Somerset, 2012.0216

    AIA National Design Awards — ArchitectureWeek, 2012.0215

    Norman Disney & Young Wins CIBSE Award for Darling Quarter, Sydney — Architecture & Design, 2012.0215

    Number of Jobless Architects Rises — Building Design (registration required), 2012.0215

    Chicago Contractor Targeted in Major Construction Fraud Case — Chicago Sun-Times, 2012.0214

    Nation's Home Builders Elect Leadership for 2012 — NAHB Press Release, 2012.0214

    Eugene Weston III Dies at 87; Modernist Architect — Los Angeles Times, 2012.0212

    Marseille's Unite d'Habitation Damaged by Fire — Guardian Unlimited, 2012.0210

    Norma Merrick Sklarek Dies; Pioneering African American Architect — Los Angeles Times, 2012.0210

    HUD Awards Nearly $1.8 Billion to Improve, Preserve Nation's Public Housing Stock — HUD, 2012.0210

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