Message - Re: I'd go to Syracuse

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Posted by  steveA on March 19, 2004 at 14:12:13:

In Reply to:  I'd go to Syracuse posted by Jeff on March 18, 2004 at 11:05:31:

Well, I went to S.U. at a time when it was more or less interchangeable with Cornell. Maybe there was a bit more practical study, but the focus was design studio, and it could be very theoretical, depending on the professor. I have visited S.U. several times since those days, and I think the program has become even better. It is my impression however, after a very recent visit, that maybe the quality is slipping just a bit. This graduating class started out as only 60+ or so, which is small, and the dean stepped down last year. They are in a transition, with a new dean (Marc Robbins of the NEA) coming on board. Marc is an artist to be sure, but relatively little experience in practise. I wouldn't be surprised if the school shifts even further towards the side of theory.

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