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Today's News - January 31, 2007

College Sustainability Report Card starts at A- and goes down from there. -- A cut-rate approach is lost opportunity for Portland State University (not the architect's fault). -- When award winners are not always crowd-pleasers: "the populace and the architects don't always seem to be on the same planet." -- Pearman on the U.K.'s "sisterhood of regional art centers" and how "we Brits like to give famous overseas architects a baptism of fire." -- The Ringling Museum finally "rises from crumbling decline." -- Recycling a navy shipyard into an artists' colony is a growing trend. -- Honda's street front design center in Pasadena leaves its architect just a bit pessimistic. -- A peek at new performance hall in Dallas (in words only). -- UCSF picks green design team for hospital complex. -- It's been years (and 3 architects), and architecture students are still waiting for Milstein. -- Calls for entries: Gateway National Park in NY/NJ. -- H2Ouse - living on the water for students in Europe. -- Vilcek Foundation Prize for Scott Brown. -- On view: "Gritty Brits" in Pittsburgh is compelling. -- "A Visual Legacy" is Toronto's photo album. -- Eliot Noyes finally given his due.

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