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Julia Jack Julia Jack remembers that when she was a child, she liked to make things. She even recalls building a cell phone out of

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Yoselim Bravo Yoselim Bravo says that she wasn’t a normal kid. But that’s OK. She also thinks that not being a normal kid was what

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James Garrett James Garrett knew that he was interested in building early on. He loved playing with Legos and building things as a child, and

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Gregory Minott Gregory Minott Gregory Minott says that he didn’t really know what an architect was or what they did when he was growing up.

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Marsha McDonald Marsha McDonald decided to pursue a career in architecture at the age of 13. When she was in school in Jamaica, students were

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Julia Gamolina When Julia Gamolina thinks about how she decided to become an architect, she thinks of the big moves that she made during her

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Saadiah Angster When he was younger, Saadiah Angster thought that he wanted to be an astronaut. However, his sister felt that he was too creative

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The Survey – A Snapshot in Time  With the ARE 5.1 timeline moving very quickly, myself and a small group of concerned ARE Candidates felt

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Bill Martin Bill Martin can remember precisely when he first felt an interest in architecture. He was six years old, and his father had decided

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Wandile Mthiyane Wandile Mthiyane is a returning guest to the Young Architect Podcast. In his previous episode, he discussed his upbringing in South Africa, what

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Emma Greenberg  Emma Greenberg came from a family of artists. Growing up, she loved drawing and painting, and enjoyed visiting museums with her family. She

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Briana Fountain Briana’s desire to become an architect goes way back into her childhood. Her father was a realtor, and he loved to look at

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