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Laminations, February, 1980

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Laminations, February, 1980
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Laminations
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University of Colorado Denver
Filkins, John
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AN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN STUDENT PUBLICATION
FEBRUARY


UNIVERSITY OP COLORADO AT DENVER
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THANKS TO:
Elizabeth Bravo Jeanne Cabral Mike Fuller Bill Green Crandon Gustafson Paul Miles Fran Mishler Bob Perkins Marce Teas John Villa
An elaborate ribbon-cutting ceremony officially opened our new student lounge on Friday, Feb. 1.
A chorus of cheers greeted the entirely memorable speech given by project designer Monnie Gore. Liquid refreshments were served all around, and student projects were displayed in the lounge for everyone’s perusal.
As most of the crowd, eventually adjourned to Soapy’s or CDA before the official reading of lounge policy, Laminations, as a public service, takes this opportunity to reprint that policy:
- Owing to a lack of ventilation in the new facility, there will be no smoking allowed in the lounge.
- All users are asked to clean up after themselves.
- So that students can enjoy the lounge at will, no formal classes will be allowed in the lounge.
- Our student exhibit committee will oversee a rotating display of student work in the lounge.
Space is also available for students to post announcements and notices.
On behalf of all the students, the Deezine Club would like to thank Monnie Gore for the great job he did designing and building the lounge. He overcame myriad obstacles to keep the project alive, and worked really hard to create something we all could enjoy. Thank you, Monnie!
Last Wednesday (1/30/80) elections were held for ASC Student Representative. Since the position requires regular attendance at ALA Denver Chapter meetings, taking up several hours each week, the two with the highest number of votes are to share the job and responsibilities. They are Dave Thomas and Terry Carpenter. Congratulations to both of them and thank you to the other candidates and those who helped run the election.
The March issue of Laminations will focus on the 16th Street Mall. Those wishing to contribute graphic, photos or an article please attend the staff meeting Friday, 12:00-Laminations Office (3rd floor Bromley).
Letter to the Editor of Laminations:
Thank you for considering my "quotes" quotable; I do have some that aren’t.
However, all this time I thought the copious notes you were taking were about the structural design of buildings; now that I know the truth, I’m madder than a wet hen, and it will be a cold day in July before I give you another plug nickel’s worth of quotes.
Davis Holder.
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER
Introducing for Spring 1980:
An interdisciplinary experience designed to facilitate interaction among architects, interior designers, landscape architects, planners, and urban designers.
HYDRAULICS: That branch of science which studies the flow of liquids.
SYMPOSIA: (plural) Originated in ancient
Greece; a series of convivial meetings for drinking, music, and intellectual discussion.
Meetings will occur Thursday afternoons and evenings at Soapy Smith’s, 1317 14th Street.
Only those participants wearing official HYDRAULICS SYMPOSIA T-shirts will be entitled to these special deals at Soapy’s:
-extended Happy Hour (3 - 10 p.m., 50c beers) -$1.00 off on1 "full sandwiches"
-$1.00 off on "full salads"
-$1.00 off on "dinner only" items
These nifty T-shirts will go on sale Tuesday,
Feb. 12at $5.00 apiece. All proceeds from sales of shirts will benefit our Deezine Club. Sales representatives Bake Baker and Crandon Gustafson will accept cash or checks.
Pictured above: Nussdorf Dam, Vienna. Symbolizes the use of art and technology to integrate human needs and natural systems in a harmonic balance. Otto Wagner, architect.


Jan Caniglia, third year LA student, was presented a Merit Award in the Landscape Architectural Design Category for her contribution to a revitilization and recreation plan for Pagosa Springs, Colorado„
The award was presented in December by the Colorado Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects as a part of the 1979 Awards Program. Caniglia worked in Pagosa Springs all summer 1979 surveying residents for their perceived community needs.
You may be wondering what these drawings may signify, or perhaps asking "who is this guy?". Fortunately, the mind behind this is settled comfortably in the basement of the Bromley Building; his name is Mark Murphy. Mark does other things besides transportation problems, primarily in the community development field. He also teaches Studio II for MUR?. One could say .Murphy Js a man of many hidden talents,as demonstrated by the diagrams above.
While studying at U.C.D. Mr. Murphy won an award from the Atlantic Richfield Corporation for his works of art. It would be difficult to imagine greater inspiration and for this reason we congratulate him for an outstanding job, albeit a little late.
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AN ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN STUDENT PUBLICATION FEBR,UAR Y 1980

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UNtVIRIITV Of COLORADO AT DENVER THANKS TO: Elizabeth Bravo Jeanne Cabral Mike Fuller Bill Green Crandon Gustafson Paul Miles Fran Mishler. Bob Perkins l.farce Teas John Villa An elaborate ribbon-cutting ceremony officially opened our new student lounge on. Friday, Feb. 1. A chorus of cheers greeted the entirely memorable speech given by project designer Monnie Gore. Liquid refreshments were served all around, and student projects were displayed in the lounge for everyone's perusal. As most of the crowd . eventually adjourned to Soapy's or CDA before the official reading of lounge policy, Laminations, as a public service, takes this opportunity to reprint that policy: Owing to a lack of ventilation in the new facility, there will be no smoking allowed in the lounge. -All users are asked to clean up after themselves. So that students can enjoy the lounge at will, no formal classes will be allowed in the lounge. Our student exhibit committee will oversee a rotating display of student work in the lounge. Space is also available for students to post announcements and notices. On behalf uf all the students, the Deezine Club would like to thank Mennie Gore for the great job he did designing and buiiding the lounge. He overcame myriad obstacles to keep the project alive, and worked really hard to create something we all could enjoy. Thank you, Mennie! Last Wednesday (1/30/80) elections were held for ASC Student Representative. Since the position requires regular attendance at Denver Chapter meetings, taking up several hours each week, the two with the highest number of votes are to share the job and responsibilities. They are Dave Thomas and Terry Carpenter. Congratulations to both of them and thank you to the other candidates and those who helped run the electton. The March issue of Laminations will focus on the 16th Street Mall. Those wishing to contribute graphic, photos or an article please attend the staff meeting Friday, 12:00Laminations Office (3rd floor Bromley). Letter to the Editor of Laminations: f .d i " " Thank you or cons1 er ng my quotes quotable; I do have some that aren't. However, all this time I thought the copious notes you were taking were about the structural design of buildings; now that I know the truth, I'm madder than a wet hen, and it will be a cold day in July before I give you another plug nickel's worth of quotes. Davis Holder. HYDRAULICS SYMPOSIA COLLEGE DF ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN UNIVERSITY DF CDLDRADD DENVER Introducing for Spring 1980: An interdisciplinary experience designed to facilitate interaction among architects, interior designers, landscape architects, and urban designers. HYDRAULICS: That branch of science which studies the flow of liquids. SYMPOSIA: (plural) Originated in ancient Greece; a series of convivial meetings for drinking, music, and intellectual discussion. Meetings will occur Thursday afternoons and evenings at Soapy Smith's, 1317 14th Street. Only those participantswearing official HYDRAULICS SYMPOSIA T-shirts will be entitled to these special deals at Soapy's: -extended Happy Hour (3 10 p.m., 50 beers) -$1.00 off on "full sandwiches" -$1.00 off on "full salads" -$1.00 off on "dinner only" items These nifty T-shirts will go on sale Tuesday, Feb. 12at $5.00 All proceeds from sales of shirts will benefit our Deezine Clt1b. Sales representatives Bake Baker and Crandon Gustafson will accept cash or checks. Pictured above: Nussdorf Dam, Vienna. Symbolizes the use of art and technology to integrate human needs and natural systems in a harmonic balance. Otto Wagner, architect.

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