Students Take In a Most Public Art Gallery

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The Jefferson Avenue subway stop in Bushwick, Brooklyn is less than seven miles from Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus, but may as well be a world away in terms of architecture and aesthetics.

On March 23, Colin Cathcart,  associate professor of architecture, led a dozen students through a two hour-long jaunt that touched on graffiti and street art, an active freight line, the oldest standing Dutch Colonial stone home just across the border in Queens, and finally, a tortilla factory-turned-restaurant serving some of the best tacos in the city.

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