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CCNY Atlantic Avenue Studio S13 By June Williamson
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During Spring 2013, fifty students in the 4th year of the Bachelors of Architecture program in the Spitzer School of Architecture at The City College of New York partnered with the Atlantic Avenue... More > BID to design infill buildings for a vacant 10,000 square foot lot at 262 ATLANTIC AVENUE in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, within the area of business and building owners belonging to the Atlantic Avenue BID (Building Improvement District). The students were divided into four studio sections, directed by different professors. Each studio section considered a different community use program of approximately 30,000 square feet for the site, each an intriguing possibility for enlivening this pivotal block, between Boerum Place and Smith Street: • URBAN RESOURCE CENTER • CULINARY ARTS COLLEGE • ATLANTIC AVENUE SOUND LAB • DIGITAL FAB LAB / INDUSTRIAL CRAFTS MUSEUM This booklet documents their work, with a specific focus on the Atlantic Avenue-facing elevations of their provocative building proposals.< Less
Microcosm 2012 By Student Life
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2012 Microcosm The City College of New York|OSLLD
Microcosm 2011_final By Student Life
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The City College of New York 2011 Yearbook. As we call it Microcosm, has seen over 100 years in existence . Please feel free to purchase your small slice of memory of your time at CCNY.
Microcosm 2010 By Student Life
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The City College of New York 2009-2010 Yearbook. As we call it Microcosm, has seen over 100 years in existence. Please feel free to purchase your small slice of memory of your time at CCNY.
Most Peoples Not So Lucky By Ira Jacobs
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This memoir blends the experiences of Dr. Ira Jacobs on four major themes: telecommunications, education, Judaism, and cancer. Dr. Jacobs directed the development of the initial fiber optic... More > communication systems at Bell Laboratories, and then retired to become a Professor of Electrical Engineering at Virginia Tech. He is a Life Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Dr. Jacobs has had five operations for colon cancer since 1992. He describes how his life has been shaped by his experiences in all of these areas. It is both a personal story, enhanced by many anecdotes, and deals more generally with directions in telecommunications, education, being Jewish in a Christian environment, and the treatment of cancer.< Less