I am here today to give this blog a death sentence. As much neglect as I have given it, due to school and life constraints, I have plans to send the blog out with dignity. Lack of time on my part has resulted in not acting on the statement that is the title of this blog, architecture is a verb. Writing, drawing, and in many cases thinking about architecture has taken a back seat lately, so it is my idea to make this blog live and die with my first huge academic effort in treating architecture as a verb. Since this last semester ended a week ago, and I have had proper unproductive time since, the game of applying to architectural graduate programs is here and I plan to use this blog to document the process. Preparations, test dates, hurdles, post-mark dates, acceptances and rejections all written out for the internet to see. Once the process is over, a little less than a year from now, the death of this blog will be.
I plan on starting another blog soon enough which I will link here for my n number of readers, where 0<n<13 (modestly), with another writer or two and more of my attention. But for now applying to architecture schools (along with a few modest summer academic pursuits) is my top priority and will be documented here.