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Socio Economic Injustice Exposed: Lafayette Square Park

Introduction       Subjects like Biology, Physics, Astronomy, and Chemistry, fascinate us. We spend a majority of our lives in academia learning about these topics, trying to uncover all of the underlying truths, hoping to someday finally understand the… Continue Reading →

My Professor Said It Was OK to “F*ck Up”

“Dare to fuck up, that’s when you’ll truly learn,” said my college writing professor. For once, he did not have to tell us to put our computers down. All eyes were on him. All of my life I’ve been raised… Continue Reading →

Commonplace Book: Entry 8

Commonplace Book: Entry 8           In 2014, 1.3 million foreign-born individuals moved to the United States” (Zong, Batalova 8). The United States of America was founded on July 4th, 1776 with the signing of the emblematic… Continue Reading →

Lafayette Square Google Map

I was finally able to embed a Google Map of my location on my website! After a couple of failed attempts, I was ready to give up on trying to incorporate a map when one day in class Alex Kommel… Continue Reading →

Digital Document Description: Lafayette Square Park

      Upon entering the website “Lafayette Square, Washington D.C.,” I am a little apprehensive because it is a government administered website, and as a result, I am afraid the content on the website will be biased. One look… Continue Reading →

Reading Analysis 4: “Recognizing Campus Landscapes as Learning Spaces”

        In their article, “Recognizing Campus Landscapes as Learning Spaces,” Kathleen G. Scholl and Gowri Betrabet Gulwadi argue that the natural and physical landscape of a university campus contributes to the overall learning experience of a student…. Continue Reading →

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