An online newsletter serving the Texas A&M College of Architecture, arch|one showcases the college's latest news and events with a special focus on student, faculty and former student activities. The newsletter, posted exclusively online, is supplemented by an e-news edition that is emailed to subscribers during the fall and spring semesters.
A section of the College of Architecture's newsletter, "Class Acts," is devoted to former student news. In addition to articles chronicling former students' achievements, this section also publishes Class Acts news briefs, which highlight professional aachievements and provides a forum for college alums to share news about marriages, births, retirements, bucket list accomplishments or whatever else they care to tell with the college community and their old classmates. News and photos may be e-mailed directly to the editor.
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The calendar posted at the bottom of each archone.update e-newsletter highlights upcoming events of special interest. However, the college also maintains a comprehensive online calendar noting major events scheduled at the Langford Architecture Center.
The College of Architecture maintains and schedules all reservations for the classrooms and resources in the Langford Architecture Center. Those interested in scheduling a room for a class or event should visit the College Classroom Scheduling website.
The college's Office of Communications maintains the four informational plasma screens located throughout the Langford Architecture Center. Individuals and organizations interested in displaying an announcement on these screens should create a PowerPoint slide to the specifications outlined in the plasma screen guidelines, then submit the animated slides to the communications office.
The College of Architecture's communications staff gladly assist media with queries regarding the college, or its faculty, students and staff. Please direct all queries to: