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Bears Ears National Monument was one of several landscapes that lost a significant degree of protection during Secretary Zinke’s tenure. (Courtesy United States Bureau of Land Management)
Bears Ears National Monument was one of several landscapes that lost a significant degree of protection during Secretary Zinke’s tenure. (Courtesy United States Bureau of Land Management)

Missed some of this week’s architecture news, or our tweets and Facebook posts from the last few days? Don’t sweat it—we’ve gathered the week’s must-read stories right here. Enjoy!

Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke

Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke has soiled his office and America’s public lands throughout his short but impactful tenure. (Courtesy United States Department of Interior)

Editorial: Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s tenure was a national disgrace

Antonio Pacheco, our West Coast Editor, sounds off on outgoing Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and his scandal-ridden tenure.

A headshot of Lee Waldrep

Lee Waldrep (Courtesy the University of Tennessee, Knoxville)

University of Tennessee fires architecture adviser after reported abuse at former job

Lee Waldrep was fired from his current job at the school’s College of Architecture and Design after a report surfaced accusing him of sexual harrassment.

From last week, in case you missed it:

Madame Architect op-ed

Instead of asking where are all the female architects, start writing about their stories, says Madame Architect. Pictured here left to right: Nicole Dosso, Danei Cesario, and Alda Ly (Courtesy Madame Architect)

Stop asking where all the female architects are; we’re right here

Madame Architect editor Julia Gamolina weighs in on the tired, problematic question: Where are all the female architects?

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