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Urban Magazine

URBAN is a magazine created, edited, and published by students of Columbia University's Urban Planning Program. As a forum for discussion among the students, faculty, and alumni of the program and the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, each semester's publication opens its pages to all realms of urban planning.

URBAN is published and printed twice a year as Spring and Fall issues. You can download former issues. The current issue is mailed to alumni, and also available in the Urban Planning Office on the 4th floor of Avery Hall. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to email the current editors.

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Urban v.16 is.2 -

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URBAN v.14 is. 1 - Orientation

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URBAN v.13 is.1 - Towards a Collective Purpose

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URBAN v.12 is.2 - Change

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URBAN v.12 is.1 - Utopia

Planners know that there is no silver bullet to solving the world's problems. We attack things from all angles, from transportation to labor economics; we assume many guises, from politicians to visionaries, all in the hope that what we do today can make a difference tomorrow. In the meantime, we hope. Every day we are faced with shortfalls of resources, corruption, the negative effects of capitalism, and the consequences of previous decades of planning—or lack of planning—gone awry.

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URBAN v.11 is.2 - Superheros Archvillians

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URBAN v.11 is.1 - The Art of Planning

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URBAN v.10 is.2 - Public Vs Private

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URBAN v.10 is.1 - The Tipping Point

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URBAN v.09 is.2 - The Return of the Megaproject

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URBAN v.09 is.1 - Planning in a Car Culture

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URBAN v.08 is.2 - Defining the Disaster Plan

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URBAN v.08 is.1 - No Trespassing

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URBAN v.07 is.2 - Sustainability

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URBAN v.06 is.2 - In Whose Public Interest

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URBAN v.06 is.1 - Distinguishing the Planner's Identity

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URBAN v.05 is.2 - Planning Critiques of the Urban Landscape

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URBAN v.05 is.1 - The Globalization Issue

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URBAN v.03 no.2 - Planning and Politics

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