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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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With football (European “football,” that is) playing on the screen above, sun shining in from the windows on my left, and an English breakfast now in front of me, I commence this post to you from The Earl of Camden, one of several restaurants in my neighbourhood. As of today, I’ve been in London for […] [READ MORE]

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