1. Newsfeed Monday, April 2nd 2012

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    Anchors: Kari Rea and Alexis Wierenga Segments: Allison Laurin, Cassie Gubow, Shelbey Roberts and Tangela Woodley Weather: Nathan Hammett

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    • Ann Arbor Bmx Spring 2012

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      • John Dinkeloo Memorial Lecture: Benedetta Tagliabue, Miralles/Tagliabue - EMBT

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        Benedetta Tagliabue was born in Milan and graduated from the University of Venice in 1989. In 1991 she joined Enric Miralles’ studio where she eventually became a partner. Her work with Miralles, whom she married, includes a number of high profile buildings and projects in Barcelona: Parque Diagonal Mar (1997-2002), Head Office Gas Natural (1999-2006) and the Market and quarter Santa Caterina (1996-2005), as well as projects across Europe, including the School of Music in Hamburg (1997-2000) and the City Hall in Utrecht (1996-2000). In 1998, the partnership won the competition to design the new Scottish Parliament building and despite Miralles’ premature death in 2000, Tagliabue took leadership of the team as joint project director and the Parliament was successfully completed in 2004, winning several awards. More recently, she won the competition for the new design of Hafencity Harbor in Hamburg, Germany, for a subway train station in Naples and for the Arcelor pavilion in Luxembourg among others. Today under the direction of Benedetta Tagliabue the Miralles-Tagliabue-EMBT studio works with architectural projects, open spaces, urbanism, rehabilitation and exhibitions, trying to conserve the spirit of the Spanish and Italian artisan architectural studio tradition which aim is not specialization. Their architectural philosophy is dedicating special attention to context. She received the Honorary Doctor of Arts degree from Napier University (2004), The RIBA Stirling Prize 2005, the Centenary Medal from Edinburgh Architectural Association and the 2005 Spanish National Architecture Prize ‘Manuel de la Dehesa’, for the Scottish Parliament building. This lecture has been selected as the 2012 John Dinkeloo Memorial Lecture. This memorial lecture was established to recognize John Dinkeloo's extraordinary contributions to architecture, to honor his distinguished professional work and to pay tribute to this highly respected alumnus of the Architecture Program at the University of Michigan.

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        • Guido A. Binda Lecture: Brian Leary, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.

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          Brian Leary is the President & CEO of Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. ‐ the organization planning and executing the implementation of the Atlanta BeltLine, one of the largest, most wide‐ranging urban redevelopment projects currently underway in the United States. The BeltLine is a $3+ billion project that will shape the way Atlanta grows over the next 25 years and beyond. When complete, it will provide a network of public parks, multi‐use trails, transit, public art and thousands of units of affordable housing along a historic 22‐mile railroad corridor circling downtown Atlanta, connecting 45 neighborhoods directly to each other. Prior to joining the Beltline team, Brian oversaw the design and development of Atlantic Station – the largest urban brownfield redevelopment in the nation and its 13.5M square foot master plan. After joining the team in 1997, he developed the master plan into a National model for Smart Growth and new urbanism. Brian successfully negotiated with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for Atlantic Station, and the new 17th Street bridge, to become the first project of its kind in the United States and also led a national coalition to create a $2 billion alternative energy and energy efficiency program with the U.S. Treasury and EPA. Prior to Atlantic Station, Brian worked for Atlanta’s downtown development organization, Central Atlanta Progress (CAP). With CAP and COPA, Inc. (the non‐profit development arm for the Centennial Olympic Park area) Brian helped implement the first tax‐increment‐financing district in the State of Georgia, the Centennial Park area overlay zoning district and expansion of the Downtown Improvement District (DID). Brian is a graduate of Georgia Tech’s College of Architecture with an undergraduate degree in architecture with minor concentrations in land development and real estate, and holds a master’s degree in City Planning from Georgia Tech as well. While focusing on transportation and land development in graduate school, he finished a redevelopment plan for the Atlantic Steel property that would provide the basis for Atlantic Station. Over the years, Brian has spoken to groups across the United States on Smart Growth, mixed‐use real estate development and leadership. He has presented on Capitol Hill, to NAIOP, the National Partners for Smart Growth, the Real Estate Roundtable, the Urban Land Institute and previously served on AIG’s international Sustainability Committee. He has been published nationally and has taught at Georgia Tech. Among many non‐work commitments, Brian serves on the Board of Trustees and Executive Committees of Leadership Atlanta and the Livable Communities Coalition, on Emory University’s Board of Visitors and the Governing Board of Atlanta Medical Center in Atlanta’s historic Old Fourth Ward neighborhood. He is active on the Board of the Northwest Community Alliance – representing over 20 neighborhoods in Atlanta and is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), CEOs for Cities, Rotary Club of Atlanta, PATH, the Atlanta Botanical Garden and the Atlanta Police Foundation. Brian graduated in the inaugural class of the Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership, is an alumni of the Atlanta Regional Leadership Institute, served on the Department of Homeland Security’s Advisory Council’s Academe, Policy & Research Committee, the Mayor’s Institute for City Design, the Board of Directors for Georgians for Passenger Rail, and at the request of the Mayor, previously served as Chairman of the City’s Public Art Advisory Committee.

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            • Raoul Wallenberg Lecture: Alejandro Zaera-Polo, AZPA

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              Alejandro Zaera-Polo (born Madrid, 1963) is an accomplished contemporary architect and co-founder of London-based Alejandro Zaera-Polo Architects (AZPA). His work has consistently merged the practice of architecture with theoretical practice, providing a strong intellectual rigour to the discourse on architecture through a sharp capacity to identify social and political trends and creatively extrapolate them. He trained at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid, graduating with Honors, and went on to do a Master in Architecture (MARCH II) at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, USA, where he graduated with Distinction. He collaborated with at OMA in Rotterdam between 1991 and 1993, prior to establishing Foreign Office Architects in 1993. Alejandro Zaera-Polo co-founded the London-based firm, Foreign Office Architects (FOA), which was recognized as one of the most creative design firms in the world, deftly integrating architecture, urban design and landscape architecture until its dissolution in 2011. He now runs his own firm AZPA, which has produced critically acclaimed and award winning projects for the public and private sector on an international scale. Alejandro Zaera-Polo has also had an extensive involvement in education at an international level since 1993. He is currently Visiting Professor at Princeton SOA and Yale SOA(Norman Foster professorship), and was Dean of the Berlage Institute in Rotterdam from 2000-2005, resetting the institution’s academic compass through pedagogy and public events towards the creation of new instruments of architecture and urban design conceived through practice in globalised conditions. He also held the Delft Berlage Chair and is a member of the Institute’s current Research Board. He has been Visiting Critic at Columbia GSAPP, Princeton SOA, UCLA School of Architecture, and he led a Diploma Unit for eight years at the Architectural Association in London. In addition to his professional role as an architect, Alejandro Zaera-Polo is recognized as one of the most original theorist and thinkers in contemporary architecture, providing a strong intellectual rigor to the discourse on architecture, and a sharp capacity to identify social and political trends and translate them into the architectural discourse. His texts can be found in many professional publications such as El Croquis, Quaderns, A+U, Arch+, Harvard Design Magazine. This lecture is the 2012 Raoul Wallenberg Lecture. The Raoul Wallenberg Lecture was initiated in 1971 by Sol King, a former classmate of Wallenberg's. An endowment was established in 1976 for an annual lecture to be offered in Raoul's honor on the theme of architecture as a humane social art. The following distinguished architects and historians have been invited to present the Wallenberg lectures at Taubman College.

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              • Barbara Bestor, Bestor Architecture

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                Bestor Architecture is a Los Angeles based modern architecture firm, founded in 1995 by architect Barbara Bestor. The office is collaborative and produces design that navigates between popular culture, art, and architecture. Recent projects include custom houses, art environments, collaborative installations and graphics, and commercial spaces as well as the book, “Bohemian Modern; Living in Silverlake” (Harper Collins 2006). Built work has been published in a wide range of media including national and international print journalism and video. The office engages Southern California as both the site and subject of architectural and cultural production to create contemporary environments. The office’s manifesto, which is embedded in the work, is “Everyone should experience strange beauty every day.”

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                • Newsfeed Monday March 26, 2012 Top Story: Dance Marathon Raises Over $500,000

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                  Anchors: Jade Hanson and Shelbey Roberts Segments: Andy Craft, Alexis Wierenga, Georgia Pyle, and Allie Laurin Packages: Groove Performance (Taylor Flowers and Shelbey Roberts)

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                  • Newsfeed Monday March 19, 2012 Top Story: CSG Elections

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                    Anchors: Jade Hanson and Kari Rea Segments: Taylor Flowers, Alexis Wierenga, Shelbey Roberts, Allie Laurin, and Andy Craft Packages: DeAndree Watson Interview (Lauren Blanchard)

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                    • Extras 02

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                      Second video in our series Extras, discussing obscure characters in the Bible. The audio can be found here: http://nlcweb.org/node/901

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