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Raised voices


The architectural meeting of the year must have been the rally against the possible Cambridge school closure, which attracted about 1,000 protestors, addressed by former alumni like Architecture Foundation director Rowan Moore. The letter from CABE supporting the school, published in the Guardian, was prompted by commissioners Robin Nicholson and Sunand Prasad, also alumni.

At the time of writing it looks as though the school, or at least the undergraduate school, may still have a future. Those 1960s-style protests can still have their effect.

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