Changes to Weitzman Operations Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Dean Steiner addresses the Weitzman community following the death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis last week.
Weitzman's Lisa Servon weighs in on a new rule from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that eases requirements on lenders to verify ability to repay loans.
An open letter to Congress co-authored by The McHarg Center’s Billy Fleming has led to calls from Democrats for a coronavirus relief package that will bring the U.S. closer to a clean energy economy.
Leslie Richards (MRP’93) was just hitting her stride at the head of SEPTA, the nation's sixth largest transit agency, when the pandemic necessitated a re-think of its operations.
Weitzman’s Ken Lum and Paul Farber talk about the work of their public art and history studio, its research-driven process, and the future of public monuments.
Former Weitzman Student Maya Thomas helped launch the Campaign to create “a community-centered hub of arts.”
Matt Miller, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of City and Regional Planning, offers historical perspective on the “autonomous zone” in the city’s Capitol Hill.