Architecture as Social Art: NDP Students Design “Tiny Houses” to Affect Social Change

Everyone, rich or poor, deserves a shelter for the soul…architects should lead in procuring social and environmental change. […] If architecture is going to nudge, cajole, and inspire a community to challenge the status quo into making responsible changes, it will take the subversive leadership of academics and practitioners who keep reminding students of the […]

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Always Impressed

by Kara Lipinski, NDP Science teacher Ms. Lipinski’s reflects on one of NDP’s most cherished traditions, Gym Meet. She is not a Notre Dame Prep alumna. I attended Catholic schools for twelve years and I have been teaching in private schools for 15 years. When I first started teaching at NDP, all I heard about […]

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Move over Tim Gunn–NDP’s Rolling out the Green Carpet

by Anne Walker, Art Department Chairperson and acclaimed painter in her own right It’s that time of year for NDP’s BEST ASSEMBLY OF THE YEAR: Project Greenway, to be held Wednesday, February 11! Get excited to experience the National Art Honor Society’s environmentally conscious haute couture runway show replete with high-stepping models, trending music, up […]

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