Each month ARGUS selects a topic or theme that addresses current issues in architecture that are relevant and interesting to students as well as a potentially broader audience. This topic is researched and discussed throughout the month and culminates with a monthly event. Events are typically a lecture provided by someone with expertise on the topic, but may also be a workshop or socially themed conversation that allows for more personal engagement.
In addition to the monthly event, ARGUS writes an informational and/or critical piece on the chosen topic. The Paper, as it is known, is distributed monthly throughout the architecture faculty. It is printed on a single A5 sheet of paper and can be found throughout the faculty during the second week of the month. Previous papers can be read here.