Shift Magazine's fourth issue focuses on activism in architecture, urban design, and art, featuring interviews with Syrus Marcus Ware and Public Studio (the practice of Elle Flanders and Tamira Sawatzky). Topics covered include the use of architecture as oppression in Palestine, the 2013 protests at Taksim Gezi Park in Turkey, and the TD Centre in Toronto as a (proposed) site of protest. Shift is the undergraduate publication and online blog for the Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design at the University of Toronto. We seek to promote the interdisciplinary nature of the undergraduate programs in visual and architectural studies. Shift believes in academic exchanges across a broad spectrum of disciplines, from visual arts and photograph to urban studies and geography. Student opinions are the foundation of the publication, a deliberately eclectic presentation of various perspectives that aims to reconfigure our understand of art and architecture.