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theCharrette from Tulane School of Architecture

theCharrette
theCharrette

From Tulane School of Architecture, theCharrette, is a student run architecture journal publication. Today they will release their latest issue, continuing their monthly discussions surrounding architecture and their local New Orleans community. The architecture students of Tulane School of Architecture have become a vital part of the regeneration and the redefining of design, especially in light of the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, challenging the ideas of sustainable design and social impact in New Orleans.  theCharrette strives to bring important issues to the forefront for discussion, expanding the presence  and awareness among the student body and faculty both within Tulane School of Architecture and externally to Tulane University, as well as to a greater academic and professional community.

Cite:Kelly Minner. "theCharrette from Tulane School of Architecture" 25 Feb 2011. ArchDaily. Accesed . <http://www.archdaily.com/115159/thecharrette-from-tulane-school-of-architecture/>