Images of how the van Gabby Petito shared with her fiancé Brian Laundrie looked beforeand during the emergency stop.Image credit: https://www.the-sun.com/news/3702224/bodycam-chaos-gabby-petito-van-brian-laundrie/ Nov. 5, 2021 Dear Cultural Enrichers, Gabby Petito shared her struggles with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) when police officers responded to the…Read More
April 14, 2021 Dear colleagues, Herbert Simon, Nobel Prize winner and faculty in my alma mater Carnegie Mellon University, wrote in his book The Sciences of the Artificial (1982, p.129): “Everyone designs who devises courses of action aimed at changing existing situations into…Read More
March 25, 2021 Dear colleagues, Today marks 200 years since Greek independence from Ottoman rule. The Greek revolution (1821-1830) followed 400 years of hardship, taxation, intellectual drain, family separations, and societal divide. As we pave the way for building communities…Read More
March 3, 2021 Dear colleagues,Through the end of 2020, Stop AAPI Hate counted over 2,800 firsthand reports of anti-Asian hate crimes across 47 states and DC since the pandemic took a global hold. These included physical assaults, verbal harassment, and being purposely coughed…Read More
CEC WEEKLY TIES – Landscapes of Hope is now a searchable map!
January 26, 2021 Dear colleagues, I am excited to share that Landscapes of Hope is now a searchable map! Landscapes of Hope is a collection of over 200 stories from buildings and places in the Twin Cities where protests occurred following…Read More
CEC WEEKLY TIES – When architecture is abused
Dear colleagues, Cyprus, my home country, is the European country where inequality increased the most in the pandemic, with a loss rate of up to 22.4%. “There is considerable inequality in Cyprus in terms of income, wealth, employment, opportunities, and what…Read More