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While the William in Black is forced to digest his own disappointment about the maze, Dolores is going through something much more horrifying. A man she thought she loved has aged into a monster who raped her on his first night back in her world. Hell, he’s probably violated her many times over the years, kind of like how you must jump into the ocean every time you go to the beach. It’s tradition.

A juried exhibition of exceptional thesis projects by 2017 graduates, featuring the 2017 Gehry Prize winning thesis by James Kubiniec and Keith Marks, and a selection of best graduate thesis projects by Joanna Chao Hua Chen, Aaron Choi, Kaiho Yu, Jiali Li, Feiran Wang, Siddardha Chalamala, Zeynep Cinar, Meenakshi Dravid, Zengxin Ge, Kai-Si Hsu, Brendan Ho, and Pangal Kiran Nayak on view in the SCI-Arc Gallery.

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SCI-Arc's Robot House, initiated by faculty members Peter Testa and Devyn Weiser, builds upon the school's strengths to create a next generation platform for experimentation and speculation on the future of architecture. [12]

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A juried exhibition of exceptional thesis projects by 2017 graduates, featuring the 2017 Gehry Prize winning thesis by James Kubiniec and Keith Marks, and a selection of best graduate thesis projects by Joanna Chao Hua Chen, Aaron Choi, Kaiho Yu, Jiali Li, Feiran Wang, Siddardha Chalamala, Zeynep Cinar, Meenakshi Dravid, Zengxin Ge, Kai-Si Hsu, Brendan Ho, and Pangal Kiran Nayak on view in the SCI-Arc Gallery.

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While the William in Black is forced to digest his own disappointment about the maze, Dolores is going through something much more horrifying. A man she thought she loved has aged into a monster who raped her on his first night back in her world. Hell, he’s probably violated her many times over the years, kind of like how you must jump into the ocean every time you go to the beach. It’s tradition.

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A juried exhibition of exceptional thesis projects by 2017 graduates, featuring the 2017 Gehry Prize winning thesis by James Kubiniec and Keith Marks, and a selection of best graduate thesis projects by Joanna Chao Hua Chen, Aaron Choi, Kaiho Yu, Jiali Li, Feiran Wang, Siddardha Chalamala, Zeynep Cinar, Meenakshi Dravid, Zengxin Ge, Kai-Si Hsu, Brendan Ho, and Pangal Kiran Nayak on view in the SCI-Arc Gallery.

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SCI-Arc's Robot House, initiated by faculty members Peter Testa and Devyn Weiser, builds upon the school's strengths to create a next generation platform for experimentation and speculation on the future of architecture. [12]

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