Monthly Archives: July 2016

Breaking the Glass Ceiling

Last night, a major political party broke the glass ceiling by nominating a woman, Hillary Rodham Clinton, as its nominee for president of the United States. Politics aside, it's a historical  moment. Does this mean that we're about to have the first female president? We'll have to wait until November to see for sure. But what it does mean, is that no matter what, the possibility of having a female president just became a whole lot more likely. Whether it's starting next year, four years from now, eight or even longer, it means that the country is now at a point where a woman can run for the highest political office.

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Raising the Bar

Each year, the judges for the Metal Architecture Design Awards take note of the caliber of the projects submitted.  This year, one of the judges acknowledged that we had received an impressive collection of projects, including two that had received national honor awards already.

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Raising the Bar

Each year, the judges for the Metal Architecture Design Awards take note of the caliber of the projects submitted. This year, one of the judges acknowledged that we had received an impressive collection of projects, including two that had received national honor awards already.

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