LeCavalier, an architect, urbanist, and educator shares thoughts on public life and value-integrated design practices, alternative models and trajectories for development, and questions to ask as producers of our society and surrounding landscapes.
The College of Architecture, Art, and Planning's Assistant Professor Tao DuFour, architecture, discusses his transdisciplinary, collaborative film that captures people, labor, migration, and landscape in Trinidad and Tobago.
Water shutoffs for non-payment are a constant threat for millions of Americans in any given year. That risk was a deadly one during the pandemic, with access to clean water for handwashing and sanitation a proven way to reduce the spread of COVID-19. The dozens of states that implemented moratoria on water shutoffs to protect vulnerable citizens reported better public health outcomes, according to a new Cornell study.