Adams Morgan Heritage Trail

Map of Adams Morgan Heritage Trail  The link above will lead you to the Adams Morgan Heritage Trail map. The trail is something I have considered as essential to understanding the history of the neighborhood, especially when it comes to the segregation and desegregation of Adams Morgan. As I will be further exploring the diversity of […]

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RA 3

In Part 2 of David Fleming’s City of Rhetoric, he breaks down the different public spheres present in the 21st century. Fleming defines four different spheres: Ghetto, Suburbia, The New Urbanism, and Home. Throughout the next couple of paragraphs, I will be further exploring the concept of Suburbia, and how Fleming’s research correlates to what […]

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Commonplace 11

I have recently started watching a fairly old tv show called Prison Break. While I did start watching it for fun, over time I started to realize how intentional some of the trivial things present in the episodes were. To begin with, the two main characters, Lincoln Burrows and Michael Scofield. When analyzing the characters, […]

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Commonplace 8

The quote I encountered this week wasn’t said by someone famous. It has no impact in society, nor does it provide any philosophical reflection. What it does, however, is provide insight on the cultural difference between America and Bosnia. Yes, Bosnia. This past week I was playing FIFA Ultimate Team online with my friends, and […]

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