Ok, so it's only the student newspaper. But still: they did a 2-page feature for origami in the culture section. There's an online version of the issue at http://www.cherwell.org/cherwell/images/stories/PDFs/TT08/2008tt4wk3.pdf, and origami is on page 22/23. I've attached a pdf that only shows those two pages. Alternative, there are also two (slightly modified) online versions of the article at http://www.cherwell.org/features/2008/05/06/crease-and-quiet and http://www.cherwell.org/features/2008/05/09/living-on-the-edge-of-a-pape....
Unfortunately, they didn't give credit to the designers of the models in the pictures after all. I tried my best. Their explanation of origami (ori meaning paper, and gami meaning folding -- ohoh...) seems to have gone slightly wrong. I did get them to mention Robert J. Lang and TreeMaker (well, they write TreeProgram, but I guess it's "close enough"), though, which was a nice surprise.
For completeness, here's the missing recognition:
Model taught: Alexander Swallowtail Butterfly (Michael LaFosse)
Pictures: The Last Waltz (Neal Elias), Alexander Swallowtail Butterfly (Michael LaFosse), Pegasus (Satoshi Kamiya), Umulius Rectangulum (Thoki Yenn), Box (Tomoko Fuse)
|Cherwell, Issue 9 May 2008, pages 22-23||1.31 MB|