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  • From the CIA Factbook

    13 equal horizontal stripes of red (top and bottom) alternating with white; there is a blue rectangle in the upper hoist-side corner bearing 50 small, white, five-pointed stars arranged in nine offset horizontal rows of six stars (top and bottom) alternating with rows of five stars; the 50 stars represent the 50 states, the 13 stripes represent the 13 original colonies; known as Old Glory; the design and colors have been the basis for a number of other flags, including Chile, Liberia, Malaysia, and Puerto Rico



  • Second Year begins

    Hey kids, I am back. I am in Martin Finio's studio this semeseter. We are working on a community courthouse. We started with the courtroom and are working out. Here is some of my work so far, the diagram on this was drawn, but I hope to automate it with Rhinoscript. Anyone who knows rhinoscript is...


  • Building Project 2005

    Hey everyone, Sorry for the delay in my posting. I have been BUSY. So the building project has officially begun. I know that many of you out there who are considering the grad school decision dilemma might be interested in the process, so I am going to try to keep you up to date from now on. We...


  • Sketchbooks

    So I have to admit that I don't keep a sketchbook anymore. I did as an undergrad, and I frantically scribbled down evrything I saw that was compelling or any thought that popped into my head. The thing is, every time I write something down or sketch out an idea, I ususally forget about it. I just...


  • Sculpture Thesis Show

    dude(tte)s, So I went to the Sculpute Thesis opening last night. My friend Erin was showing some of her work along with other graduating sculpture students. It was a good time, but I realized I don't know how to look at sculpture. Or maybe I do. What I do know is what I like and I like the...


  • Beer and Parking Garages

    So I just went out for beers and pizza with my studio critic Turner Brooks. This guy is amazing. On the way we took a detour to run up the ramps of an old building that has been converted into a parking garage. He was running up the ramps ahead of us. It was awesome. Then at dinner we had a good...


  • PB&J

    Last night I ate a PB&J that was made with a piece of basswood because we had no butter knives. (no, i did not eat basswood, but the peanut butter and jelly were applied to the bread with basswood). If you are wondering what it tasted like, imagine the smell of laser cut basswood. mmm...


  • Back to it

    Well, after a rough semester last year I am back to it. The building project is happening this semester, so by the end of the summer my class will have designed and built a house ourselves. It is already proving to be an interesting experience. Good News: I was elected to be the website manager...


  • Sorry

    I have realized that my earlier comments were not well received. I deleted the entries to avoid any further problems. I have been under too much pressure and I am venting in the wrong way. I never meant to discourage people from attending Yale, I really love the program. However, my pointed...


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