The Glasgow School of Art (GSA) just can’t catch a break. As first reported by the Architects’ Journal, current students at the renowned university are banding together to challenge the school’s management of their online curriculum during the coronavirus pandemic, and the continued impact of the fire that ravaged the Mackintosh Building in 2018. The challenge calls for the partial refund of course fees, or the allowance of greater studio time free of extra tuition.
The legal challenge follows a tumultuous decade for the GSA, which has seen not one, but two fires severely damage the Charles Renee Mackintosh-designed Mackintosh Building. The fire in 2018 destroyed years of methodical
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