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Are you wondering how typeface influences the way we read and think?
This article is for you!
Graphic designers have always used typography to visually connote written language, conveying aspects like mood, personality and age. Many discoveries/experiments have shown how different typefaces can make a message more or less trustworthy and appealing to readers.

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And why everyone hates Comic Sans MS

BGSU is beautiful in the spring! Check out these amazing photos of campus captured by one of our very own VCT students!

Bowling Green State University added 5 new photos.

The beauty of campus in the spring! (photos courtesy VCT major Isaiah Vazquez)


For older adults who cannot travel or attend family events, the real world can become very small and stifling. But they may be able to escape their isolation to a degree through virtual reality by settling in a swivel chair and a number of entrepreneurs are developing programs to make that possible.

Check out this article to know virtual reality is helping people for a better living.

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Interested in learning more about a career in Construction management? BGSU’s construction management program is attracting people interested in many walks of life, including engineering, field work, and project management. Learn more about this program and the opportunities that await you hereat BGSU!


What is Construction Management? The Bachelor of Science in Construction Management program prepares students for leadership and management roles in the rapidly expanding field of construction. It is the offspring of the marriage of the architecture, engineering, and business professions. What will....

Taiwan officially holds bragging rights for the largest performing arts center under one room. The sprawling 1.5 million-square-foot National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts, designed by Dutch firm Mecanoo Architects, was recently completed in the southern port city of Kaohsiung. This ambitious project has been in the works since 2006 and construction on the center has cost an estimated $221 million.

Check out the world’s largest performing arts center which has just been compl...eted.

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Designed by the Dutch-based firm Mecanoo, Taiwain's National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts will connect five performance centers within a total space of 1.5 million square feet

In a crowded marketplace, fonts can help a company stand out — provided it knows what it’s trying to communicate and who it’s trying to reach.

Read the article to find out how brands and fonts tell a story.

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In a crowded marketplace, fonts can help a company stand out — provided it knows what it’s trying to communicate and who it’s trying to reach.

NEW Fall 2018 Freshman: Check out this video from BGSU Res Life to help you select your room next week!

Bowling Green State University shared BGSU Office of Residence Life's video to the group: BGSU Class of 2022.

Watch this video to learn how to select your room May 14-17!

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BGSU Office of Residence Life

During your new student housing selection day and time, you will need to login to your MyBGSU account to select your room for next year. Watch this video to get... familiar with the housing selection system so you are prepared to select your room. Contact our office at 419-372-2011 or if you have questions.

(MyBGSU>Students Tab>New Students>My Room and Meals)

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Ten years ago, Amazon introduced the Kindle and established the appeal of reading on a digital device. Four years ago, Jeff Bezos and company rolled out the Echo, prompting millions of people to start talking to a computer. Now Inc. is working on another big bet: robots for the home. Yes, it’s true! The retail and cloud computing giant has embarked on an ambitious, top-secret plan to build a domestic robot.

Can Amazon build a home robot that is useful and affordabl...e? Read the article to find out!

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Domestic robots are hard, but rumor has it that Amazon wants in

Prospective Students: Great info on room layouts at BGSU! Check it out!

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Bowling Green State University to BGSU Class of 2022

A majority of the rooms on campus have a traditional layout.

Traditional rooms are in Conklin, Kohl, Kreischer, McDonald and Offenhauer. These residence halls ...have community bathrooms, which are awesome for first-year students! (You don't need to worry about cleaning or purchasing toiletries! 😉)

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Prospective Students: Don't forget to get your housing payments in!!!!

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Bowling Green State University to BGSU Class of 2022

REMINDER: You need to make your housing payment TODAY by 11:59 PM in order to get a housing selection time slot via email tomorrow.

If you don't pay today you can still pay later, but you will need to call Residence Life to get a housing assignment. You won't get to pick your own room.

Developers on Monday unveiled plans for Chicago’s second-tallest skyscraper, a tapering shaft of metal and glass that would soar above historic Tribune Tower, resemble the top of Batman’s black mask and be only 29 feet shorter than Willis Tower. If completed, the $1 billion-plus project to repurpose Tribune Tower and build a skinny, 1,422-foot high-rise just northeast of it would bring more than 700 residences and 200 hotel rooms to an area north of the Chicago River.

Read th...e article to know more about Chicago’s second tallest building.

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The 1,422-foot skyscraper would tower over the landmark building, which is set to undergo an estimated $1 billion conversion to condominium and retail space.

Northern France is not the first place one would think of when looking to find tropical flora and fauna, but thanks to the recently unveiled Tropicalia project, that is exactly what hundreds of thousands of visitors per year will find. Tropicalia, designed by Coldefy & Associates Architects Urban Planners, will be the world’s largest greenhouse under one roof once completed in Rang-du-Fliers in Pas-de-Calais.

Read the article to know more about the world’s biggest tropical gr...eenhouse under one roof..

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The location for the 162,000-square-foot bio-dome will surprise you

The University of Michigan's autonomous vehicle testing grounds are no longer limited to earthbound machines. It just opened M-Air, a 9,600 square foot, four-story facility designed for testing autonomous aircraft outdoors.

Check out the article about the launch of the University of Michigan’s outdoor lab for autonomous drones.

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Drones that can inspect and install roofs are one type of flying vehicle in the spotlight at the University of Michigan's M-Air.

Interested in Architecture? Check out BGSU’s Architecture program which is for students who intend to become licensed architects.


The BGSU Architecture program pursues the convergence of technical and liberal arts to inspire and empower students to enhance the built environment. Bowling Green State University’s Master of Architecture (M.Arch.) program is for students who intend to become licensed architects. The two-year pro...

The Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) always puts an interesting spin on its projects – take the Lego House and pyramid-shaped Via 57 West, for example. Such is the case with the firm's recently-unveiled Hôtel des Horlogers, which will enable guests to ski down from its roof to the ground via a sloping zigzagging path.

Interested to know more about this hotel that allows guests to ski down its roof? Check out the article here..

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The Danish starchitect's latest design takes the term "ski-in ski-out hotel" to bold new heights

The COTAAE is excited to welcome our new Dean, Jennie Gallimore, on June 28! Read more about her here & help us give her a warm BGSU welcome!…/jennie-gallimore-named-dean-of-CTAAE…

Dr. Jennie Gallimore, associate dean and a professor in the College of Engineering and Computer Science at Wright State University, has been selected as dean of the College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering effective June 28.