to all concerned, both in bolton st. and elsewhere
i am trying to encourage more and more students to get involved with things in college, ie state of course and global issues. i have been doing this for 4 years and i use FUN in an attempt to get students thinking and acting. i do enjoy what i do but i do it for serious reasons.
i, like most of you want to get the best possible education and after the best job, wahtever that is
i have tried to encourage students to voice their concerns or opinions, i find face to face the easiest and most productive way, will those of you who are continuing in this forum under an alias please put your opininons across in the asa meeting. posts here only contribute a small bit say who you are,
if you disagree with me, say so, voice your opinion openly. if my ways are not contributing say so, as some have already, this is not a personal thing,
ill continue my thing as i will anyway, eitherway
i have put out the idea that the asa should get a newsletter up and running, both in the real form and in email form. this could go out to all interested, us, students abroad, graduates and others interested. many of you here have good writing talents, use them constructively, it would be an excellent tool for the asa,
i am looking into the factors that make a school a great school, i know having all the facilities helps a good deal, but for me the most important thing is what real discussion goes on in college. in my view very litle in my years at bolton street.
not just lectures, but normal conversations have been empty in the architectural sense.
i think looking into the problems of the world and trying to create solutions is architecture, many will disagree, say so
i am trying to challenge people to think, talk and act
i think it is working but like everything it takes time
sorry for length