Ever since the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture first faced with the threat of losing its accreditation, hoards of alumni have banded together to launch a petition on change.org. "The School is a vibrant, rigorous, and fully accredited contemporary school of architectural design," states the online appeal. "[It] fills an irreplaceable niche as an alternative to conventional architectural education, a mandate set forth by Frank Lloyd Wright at its founding in 1932." So far, there are about 500 signatures in favor of saving the revered starchitect's institution—which which is split between a Taliesin and a Taliesin West campus—but the number continues to grow. Join the good fight, right this way.
· Alumni Launch Petition to Save the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture's Accreditation [Arch Daily]
· All Frank Lloyd Wright coverage [Curbed National]