I'm pleased to participate as a design juror on final reviews at Georgia Tech School of Architecture. Former Harvard GSD classmate, Jen Pindyck, has been guiding her 2nd year MArch students in their analysis of, and intervention in, Clarkston, GA. Clarkston, just east of downtown Atlanta, became a Federal Refugee Resettlement Area in the 1908s, and is now known as the most diverse square mile in the United States. At the midterm, students pitched architectural, landscape, and inventive programming ideas to bolster the existing community and draw visitors to the city. I look forward to seeing what the second half of the semester brought.