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We’ve all seen it – the big blue sculpture outside of the College of Design. As a recognizable icon of the west side of campus, does anyone really know the story behind it? The fact is, most Iowa State students will come and go without ever knowing the answers to the who, what, when, and […] [READ MORE]

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Critiques are an essential part of the Design Core curriculum at Iowa State and you will have quite a few of them in your core studio classes. For a more detailed description of these core studio classes, read my previous post Everything You Need To Know About the Design Core: The Classes The first thing […] [READ MORE]

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Ah, design core. If you’re interested in a four-year design program then you’ve probably heard a bit about it already, but it’s hard to know exactly what to expect before you’re actually in it. While it’s a very challenging set of classes, I really did enjoy my experience in the core program and grew a […] [READ MORE]

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Current design majors are used to meeting three times a week for at least three hours a day for studio class. But what exactly do we do in this 6-credit course? Depending on your specific design major, studio is usually reserved for building core skills for your intended profession. While each major is vastly different, […] [READ MORE]

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This is usually the first question I’m asked after I introduce myself- and rightfully so! Interdisciplinary Design is a unique major at Iowa State and I’d like to take a minute to briefly explain it. According to the official catalog, The Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Design is “focused on educating students to use design and critical […] [READ MORE]

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