“Love Thy Neighbor”

After exploring many different sides to the George Washington University Hospital, the discourse found between the Hospital and Foggy Bottom residents led to a commonplace based on a single principle, specifically, the rhetoric and discourse surrounding the statement, “love thy neighbor,” which I discovered in a video of Dr. Sarani from the GW Hospital. Although […]

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Identity found in Stickers

Something that I have seen all over campus, and all throughout my high school career, are stickers found on student’s laptops or on their cases. At American University, many of the stickers seen are political statements, but others seem reference TV shows, music, hometowns or states, Greek Life, or any extra-curricular or club that a […]

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Woostah, MA

I am from a fairly large city in Massachusetts called Worcester, located an hour outside of Boston in central Mass. A common rhetoric found, not only in Massachusetts but in Worcester, is the emphasis on language, pronunciation, and accent. What’s known as the Boston accent is found in my city as well. Many people from […]

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Annotated Bibliography 9&10: Foggy Bottom Real Estate and Neighborhood Helipad Meeting

AB 9: Washburn, Mark. “Foggy Bottom: DC’s Close to Everything Neighborhood.” DC Condo Boutique. 27 May 2014, http://www.dccondoboutique.com/blog/foggy-bottom-dcs-close-to-everything-neighborhood.html. Washburn, like any real estate agent, states that location is the most important aspect of Foggy Bottom because of the access that the area has. He states that “The convenient centrally located neighborhood is made up of […]

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Foggy Bottom Metro

This is a photograph of the metro stop at Foggy Bottom at GW Hospital and Medical school that shows the ability to connect with many other places within in DC, which then leads to the popularity of the area- in regards to living space, attending school, or spending free time for the attractions like restaurants […]

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