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UL NOMAS participates in Eskew+Dumez+Ripple's MLK Day of Service


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Prof. Gjertson to lead M.Arch students in collaboration to create K-8 Lab School competition brief

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An ambitious project spearheaded by UL could land Lafayette’s oldest neighborhood with a long-overdue federal historic district designation. Story by Walter Pierce

Dr. Ray Brassieur and Corey Saft, an associate professor in UL’s School of Architecture and Design, are putting a bow on an ambitious months-long project that documented every structure in Freetown-Port Rico. Eight architecture students and two anthropology students comprised a “field school” over the summer — they also took a class with Brassieur — in what the professors hope will ultimately be the awarding of a federal historic district designation for the area.

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