WAr Releases 2016-17 Issue
February 24, 2017
The WAr team is seen in Watson Hall during the publication's launch event
The Wentworth Architecture review, a student-run publication highlighting design work and advancements in professional architecture, recently released its issue for the 2016-17 year.
The journal, the seventh in the series, is created by WAr team members Dylan Bush, ’17; Jeffrey Dike, ’18; Esti Shapiro, ’18; James McDonnell, ’17; Stefan Burnett, ’17; Morgan McMahon, ’17; Brian Sandford, ’17; and Carolyn Severino, ’17.
“The curation of this seventh installment of the Wentworth Architecture review has highlighted the enduring importance of promoting [diversity] within the discourse of our community,” reads a WAr team note to readers.
The journal features designs by current Wentworth student and faculty, as well as work from Wentworth alumni. Articles highlight many impactful architecture endeavors connected to the Wentworth campus and Boston as a whole, including Wentworth professor John Stephen Ellis’ work in West Africa and a Q&A with West End Museum founder Jim Campano.
“The Wentworth Architecture review invites you to appreciate the meaning of our impact in the world we are designing,” said the WAr team.
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July 8, 2019—We spoke with nine women who have been active in college and share, in their words, their experiences with not only persevering as a woman in STEM, but even thriving at a school like Wentworth.