Office Hours

I visited Hoskins office hours a total of three times. One time was our first meeting to get to know each other. The next, we talked about my Essay 1 grade and how I can include more rhetorical analysis in my assignments. Another time we went over citations. Finally, we talked about my final project. Thanks […]

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Corporate v. Non-Corporate

Annotated Bibliography 9: Exhibit: Carman, Tim. “Starbucks is over downtown Washington. These coffee shops are so much better.” The Washington Post, 5 April 2017. In his article “Starbucks is all over downtown Washington. These coffee shops are so much better”, Tim Carman discusses the new non-corporate coffee shops that are beginning to push Starbucks aside. […]

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Grey Walls

Looking at grey walls for ten years makes an impact. Less than mediocre grade cafeteria food for years is almost a punishment—in itself. Upon being released from prison, it is fair to say an ex-convict will not want to return. Legislation can either aid or hinder a criminals reentry and rehabilitation back into mainstream society. […]

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Farragut Square Location

As I headed home from the March for Science, I passed Compass Coffee. However, not the Shaw location but the Farragut Square Location. This is what I found! Digital Archive 1: Walking into Compass Coffee, here is the view looking to the left. The first thing I notice is the large window letting in natural light. […]

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George Elliot, Middlemarch

“For there is no creature whose inward being is so strong that it is not greatly determined by what lies outside it.” – George Elliot, Middlemarch This quote describes how influential surroundings actually are on an individual. I think this is a very interesting thought. Perhaps, we were raised in a different environment – how different would […]

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