Wentworth’s Architecture Program Featured in Boston Globe
October 29, 2018
The Boston Globe has published an article discussing Wentworth’s Department of Architecture, the largest undergraduate architecture program in Boston. Reporter Laura Krantz visited the studio space on campus and describes it as "...a hive of around-the-clock activity by students learning how to design the buildings of the next century, or at least deep into this one."
The full story can be found on the Globe website.
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