from the Urban Archives newsdesk:

One: Undergraduates Nara Barrows, Arin Delaney, Edith Fikes and Ingrid Haftel won the 2006 UW Library Research Award for their project, Aurora Avenue: Highway Culture in Transition. This project was a collaboration between Urban Archives and CHID 270 Photography: Theoretical Reflections and Ethnographic Applications.

Congratulations! Do check out their project, it is visually superb.

Two: Emily Fischer and Sarah Rosenfeld finished their collaborative Communication Honors Thesis titled Graffiti and Public Space: A Semiotic Analysis of Graffiti in Seattle’s University District. This is the first Honors Thesis originating from Urban Archives. Sarah and Emily contributed many images to the database and used them in their compelling analysis.

Congratulations Emily and Sarah! …among our brightest and most enthusiastic students.

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