Month September 2016

Commonplace Book: Sentence Construction

“I was rushing to get somewhere when I realized I was meeting him, the man I spotted across the crowd.”   Root Sentence: I was rushing to get somewhere. The clause “when I realized I was meeting him” further explains… Continue Reading →

Reading Analysis: “Physical Barriers to Access”

Addison Marry Professor Hoskins Writing 100 21 September 2016 Reading Analysis: “Physical Barriers to Access”         In Sarah Schindler’s article, “Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and Segregation through Physical Design of the Built Environment,” she explores the implications of physical barriers on… Continue Reading →

Reading Analysis: “The Dilemma”

Addison Marry Professor Hoskins Writing 100 25 September 2016 Reading Analysis: “The Dilemma”           In Fleming’s section on “The Dilemma,” he discusses the issues within democracy; stating the advantages and drawbacks of large democracies in comparison to those of… Continue Reading →

Commonplace Book: Entry 2: The Conversation

THEY SAY / I SAY   “This Article, however, suggests an additional reason specifically, that those entities often fail to recognize urban design as a form of regulation at all. Scholarship on urban planning, which describes the history of city… Continue Reading →

Commonplace Book

“To bracket differences does not in fact lessen their effect; it perpetuates the very inequalities that bracketing was meant to set aside… “ COR 22 To bracket difference does not in fact lessen their effect. It perpetuated the very inequalities… Continue Reading →

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