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Four architecture students in Giles Hall architecture studio demonstrate interactive community design model they built for residents of Eastmoor Estates

Inspiring Community Design

MSU architecture students work on an interactive community design model they built for the residents of Eastmoor Estates, a neighborhood near Moorhead. Students are bringing the model to the community and using it to foster dialogue and ideas on what residents want their neighborhood to become. Pictured, from left to right, are MSU students Nathan Miley, a senior from Pearl, Elizabeth Bueche, a senior from Maryville, Tennessee, Taylor McKinney, a senior from Cantonment, Florida and Diondria Bingham, a senior from Pearl.

Photo by: Megan Bean

October 12, 2016