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Alumni to design for Ground Zero

November 28, 2006
Few architects have revolutionized the world with their designs. Fewer have spent their 18th birthday in an Italian prison with charges of knocking out a man’s teeth and sexually assaulting the man’s wife. But Lord Richard Rogers ARC ’62 is an exception — he is a designer of radical buildings, such as the Center Pompidou, »
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Park in Edgehill thrives

September 29, 2006
When Carolyn Friedman, a resident of the Edgehill neighborhood, sets foot in the Southern Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority park, she enters what she calls a “microcosm of Vermont.” The black-eyed Susans are in bloom, and monarch butterflies flit among the butterfly weeds. The ponds below are lined with gum trees. “I feel as if »