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Today's News - March 28, 2006

Engineering and design education now cross traditional departmental boundaries in a light-filled, LEED Silver campus building. -- Hadid wins competition to design for her alma mater. -- Sydney's "grubby port" (and the city itself) deserves better than what's in store for East Darling Harbour. -- Even with so much Western architecture, Shanghai retains its Chinese soul. -- A U.K. district comes up with a pioneering scheme for eco-friendly, straw bale -- and affordable -- housing. -- Condo tower in Toronto promises more than just housing for seniors. -- Tech companies like their sprawling campuses. -- A Texas courthouse designed with an "extroverted" personality. -- Perhaps because "security doesn't need to be obtrusive, obvious, or restrictive." -- An architect in glass and light makes his mark on Manhattan. -- Moscow continues its struggle to save its heritage. -- A possible second chance for Chicago's Pilgrim Baptist Church. -- Kuwabara wins Canadian Gold. -- Deadlines loom for AIANY Design Awards and Faith & Form/IFRAA International Awards for religious architecture. -- One we couldn't resist: in L.A., the red carpet was ablaze with stars for Gehry's debut at Tiffany's.

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