Franklin Square: A Story

  Franklin Square: A Story When I begun the research for this project in the beginning of the semester I did not realize that the metaphorical rabbit hole of articles, photos, and accounts that I would learn about and experience would be so deep. I found myself not only finding my research through articles online, […]

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RA6 Campus Landscaped and Learning Spaces

In Kathleen Scholl and Gowri Gulwadi’s article Recognizing Campus Landscapes as Learning Spaces, they discuss the importance of both a structured and unstructured learning spaces. They mention how important the structure of classrooms are and how historically this has been the true and tested method for the average student to retain the most information. However, as […]

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Commonplace 14 Success

“If you’re just like everyone else you’re going to be just as good as everyone else” -Ice Poseidon This quote from live streamer Ice Poseidon sticks out among a mass of motivation quotes. This is because of the simplicity in it. It conveys as simple message, do not mindlessly follow the crowd unless you want to […]

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RA4 a New Sociospatial Dialect

In David Fleming’s City of Rhetoric, chapter eight titled Toward a New Sociospatial Dialect, Fleming addresses the issue about creating the best possible society. What I believe this chapter basically comes down to is that even if it were possible to create a world where everyone was given the exact same chance with the same benefits […]

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RA3 The New Urbanism

In David Fleming’s City of Rhetoric Chapter 6 discusses his idea of a new urbanism. The main point that Fleming is trying to address is that what “new urbanism” basically boils down too is the fact that many cities across the country are being gentrified. Now whether gentrification is a good thing, a bad thing, […]

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