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Month October 2016

Are Traditional Learning Environments Running Out of Style?

In their essay, “Recognizing Campus Landscapes as Learning Spaces,” Kathleen G. Scholl and Gowri Betrabet Gulwad argue that escaping the artificial lighting of an enclosed building and uniting with the outdoor environment can restore a student’s cognitive attention; consequently creating… Continue Reading →

Georgia Referendum to Amend State Constitution

“Shall Property owned by the University System of Georgia and utilized by providers of college and university student housing and other facilities continue to be exempt from taxation to keep costs affordable?”   Shall property continue to be exempt three… Continue Reading →

Written Exterior Notes

long-alley ways on the side Left side is sketchy building exterior hasn’t been redone, painted on bricks instead of actual bricks ISL: on the left section of the building, ISL company has taken over right across from new community church smells… Continue Reading →

Right Alleyway Wonder Bread Factory

On the other hand, this is the street to the right side of the factory. It is easy to see the complete difference between the two streets. This side of the factory street is much more open, wide, and filled… Continue Reading →

Intersection of S Street and 7th Street NW

  This picture displays the intersection between S Street and 7th Street NW. In S Street Rising this cross path is described as the largest crack zone, yet today, the street appears to be so open and bright. It really… Continue Reading →

Left Alleyway Wonder Bread Factory

  This picture displays the street that is to the left side of the factory. The difference between the two streets that are parallel on either sides of the factory is very intriguing. On the left side street, as displayed… Continue Reading →

“Lift Every Voice” Billboard

Right on the corner of the street, directly next to the factory is this billboard. The billboard displays what started the wreck of S Street and where the economic downfall began. It helps to offer background information into how the… Continue Reading →

Wonder bread Factory Exterior

This picture is displaying what the front of the factory looks like. The part of the building displayed is the oldest part of the building that was built in 1913. I took this photograph to display the fact that the… Continue Reading →

The Wonder Bread Factory: An Ever Changing Environment

  The site I am analyzing is the Wonder Bread Factory located at 641 S Street NW, Washington, DC, 20001. The oldest section of the building was constructed in 1913 (iStrategyLabs), and the other two sections were added to the… Continue Reading →

Gender Neutral Bathroom Sign

  The sign displayed in the photograph is explaining the concept of a gender inclusive bathroom. This means that anyone of any gender is allowed into the bathroom rather than our present societal “norm” of a gender segregated bathroom. It… Continue Reading →

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