Policy

“Urban Design is Thinking Retroactively” in Fight Against Terror, Says Architect Claire Weisz

In a discussion with the World Economic Forum, the principal of WXY says designers and cities must work together to create cities resilient to future attack.

WXY’s revamp of New York’s Astor Place. Courtesy Barkow Photography Show Caption Hide Caption WXY’s revamp of New York’s Astor Place. Courtesy Barkow Photography Show Caption Hide Caption WXY’s revamp of New York’s Astor Place. Courtesy Barkow Photography Show Caption Hide Caption WXY’s revamp of New York’s Astor Place. Courtesy Barkow Photography Show Caption Hide Caption WXY’s revamp of New…

25 Years After the Americans with Disabilities Act, Has Accessibility Improved?

Accessibility expert Carl Lewis discusses the current state of affairs regarding Americans with disabilities and their slow, but progressive, integration into University spaces and society.

Accessibility expert Carl Lewis discusses the current state of affairs regarding Americans with disabilities and their slow, but progressive, integration into University spaces and society.