This month’s issue of Architectural Record includes the annual review of innovative college and university buildings from around the world—with the bonus of potential CEU credits through the study of the six innovative designs that inform sustainability, context, and the adaptation of historic architecture. RECORD’s November offering also spotlights a trio of spiritual projects—including the Santa Maria Goretti Church in Italy by Mario Cucinella Architects and the Señor de Tula Sanctuary in Mexico by DelleKamp/Schleich and Agenda—in addition to an outdoor amphitheater and revitalized park in Austin by Thomas Phifer and Partners with Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, that imbues the city with urban greenspace. News highlights include a Q&A with landscape architect Julie Bargmann, an upcoming exhibition at The Building Centre in London, the demolition of a Williams and Chen building at Johns Hopkins, and the controversial redevelopment of People’s Park in Berkeley, California. On the residential front, House of the Month features an Elongated Garden House in Lima, Peru by 51-1 Arquitectos. And to wrap up, the lighting section showcases a pair of surprising schemes—Le Monde Media Plaza in Paris by Snøhetta and SRA Architects with BOA Light Studio and the Vela restaurant in Toronto by PARTISANS—as well as the latest luminaires in the market.