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Today's News - November 1, 2006

It's a case of they-said-he-said in London 2012 Olympics rift/no rift. -- The former chairman in his own words. -- A Canadian report offers city-building lessons from the U.K. -- Campus notes from all over: University College Dublin seeks EOI's for campus gateway project. -- A new study demonstrates the financial, environmental, and psychological benefits of green school design. -- Campuses use architecture to emphasize collaboration. -- Indiana campus is serious about green. -- Despite what other critics have said, Jones finds Nouvel's Musée du Quai Branly "simply thrilling." -- A close look at what the Tate Modern got right and MoMA got wrong. -- Dublin gives the go-ahead to second gateway tower. -- New trend in retail: no window shopping allowed - i.e., if you don't already know what we sell (or you're over 16), you're not welcome. -- Libeskind may be designing the biggest hotel in Copenhagen, but three big names have been invited to submit design for hotel in the best location. -- Lincoln Center has big plans for adjacent Harmony Atrium (climbing wall not included). -- Four of Melbourne's rising architectural stars are "adventurous, provocative, and media-savvy." -- Hess reflects on his hits and misses in 20 years of architectural criticism. -- Perkins + Will acquires a legendary firm. -- A bullring designed by Picasso could be on Malaga's horizon.

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