Top-ranked LSU landscape architecture program is thoughtful by design

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JUST DO IT: Rather than copy the work of others, LSU’s top-ranked landscape architecture program pushes students to do their own designs, as Hayden Hammons,  left, a second-year graduate student, is doing with the advice of Anna Cawrse, a senior associate at Sasaki, a world-renown design firm in Boston. (Courtesy LSU's Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture)
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Through science and art, students of the top-ranked LSU landscape architecture program are taught to think for themselves.

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