Trillion-Dollar Company: “Have You Considered Doing A Free Internship?”

Someone from one of the world’s largest corporations suggested that maybe my best bet is to do an unpaid internship. We’re still doing that in 2020?

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An Evening Stroll Down Bagley’s New Streetscape

Bagley St., between I-75 and 24th St., has undergone a charming streetscape renovation. It is now modeled in 3D for your viewing pleasure!

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Climate Change Is Here, And Boy Is It Ever Expensive!

If we fail to push for market transformation oriented toward climate adaptation solutions, the market will do it on its own. Like, in a really bad way. This has the unintended consequence, however, of incentivizing better decisions about development and planning.

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Detroit’s Far East: The Warren Corridor is Headed For A Makeover

Detroit’s East Warren corridor is getting some love– from the city’s Strategic Neighborhood Fund, and from entrepreneur’s attracted by a broad range of opportunity and affordable real estate.

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Nice To See You Again: DPD Back in Full Force

Detroit protests have been largely quiet since June. This changed last night when protesters downtown, challenging the new federal law enforcement intervention in Detroit being championed by Mike Duggan, Police Chief James Craig, and US Attorney General William Barr, were met with batons, pepper spray, and tear gas.

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New Client Who Dis

Handbuilt’s newest client is energy building guru Kevin McNeely, who works on energy audits and architectural energy consulting services around the Midwest.

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Land Hurricanes, Resilient Design, And Other Stuff To Think About

Extreme weather, like the recent derecho storm that ripped through Iowa, is exposing the fragility of the built environment. Fortunately, in thinking about how to protect ourselves, we have the ability to combine human technological ingenuity with the systems nature already built.

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I’m Getting An MBA Because You People Are Wrong

A tweet about Kamala Harris highlights how woefully ignorant many people are about financial markets and how this harms us in the quest for formulating
meaningful policy, change, and discourse.

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