Societal Changes on S Street and the Country with WeWork and The Wonder Bread Factory

The Wonder Bread Factory does more than sell bread, it tells a story. The year was 1940, and the family on S Street walked into the Wonder Bread Factory with bread on their brains and hunger in their stomachs. They waved to their neighbors, who were also there to buy bread and various Hostess Cake […]

Annotated Bibliography: WeWork/Wonder Bread Factory Build Environment Description

Bort, Julie. “39 Ways the American Workforce Is Dramatically Changing in 2015.” Business Insider, Business Insider, 04 June 2015, Accessed 03 Dec. 2016. This source focuses on the changing work force, but mostly on millennials and how they are not what some people may perceive them to be. Like another article I have, this […]

Commonplace Book #10: Millennials and Hope

The New Yorker article about the youngest elected official in NYC, Ritchie Torres: “Torres spoke about the challenges he had confronted growing up, and closed with a message for his fellow-millennials: ‘Even in our moment of greatest darkness, there is light. And there is hope. And there is hope not only for our own lives, […]

Commonplace Book #9: Television Makes Us Smarter

The New York Times “Watching TV Makes You Smarter” article: “In a sense, this is as much a map of cognitive changes in the popular mind as it is a map of on-screen developments, as if the media titans decided to condition our brains to follow ever-larger numbers of simultaneous threads.” This article analyzes the […]

Commonplace Book #8: Trump’s Rhetoric

Washington Post article: President-Elect Trump on climate change — “Look, I’m somebody that gets it, and nobody really knows. It’s not something that’s so hard and fast. I do know this: Other countries are eating our lunch.” Throughout the entire election, we have seen the way Trump talks and the language he uses in his […]