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Voting for the first-ever CNU Board Elections closes today sharply at Noon.
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As we enter CNU's third decade, economic, political, and environmental conditions pose serious challenges for the built and natural environment, as well as New Urbanist practice.
Andres Duany will present the 21st century crises that call for New Urbanists to adapt, including slow development, the public process, suburban retrofit, agricultural urbanism, and the theology of metrics. Dan Solomon will discuss the tensions between new urbanism's roots in the nuanced complexity of the city and the reductive codifying of New Urbanist practice.
The Live #CNU 20 Twitter Feed
CNU's Eye on the Street looks out onto downtown Chicago's May Day rally.
CNU member Philip Bess, Director of Graduate Studies, School of Architecture for Notre Dame, shares his thoughts on the "Fenway Plan" as proposed by Mayor Rahm Emanuel for the Chicago Cubs' Wrigley Field:
Congrats are in order to CNU Communications and Planning intern Mike Jersha, a Junior in Geography at DePaul University who was recently honored as the Top Presenter at the Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposium (CAURS).
Sunbelt Bike Share in Valencia, Spain by Ben Patience.
Looking to share a room at CNU 20? See the below note from an attendee and get in touch if interested: