Annotated Bibliography 6: Homeless People with Homes

Argument Nersessova, Irina. “Tapestry of Space: Domestic Architecture and Underground Communities in Margaret Morton’s Photographs of A Forgotten New York.” Disclosure 23(2014): 26 Advanced Placement SOurce. Web. 20 Nov. 2015 This article explains Margaret Morton’s pictures and her observations of the homeless in New York City. Morton asserts that people judge the homeless for their […]

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Annotated Bibliography 5: Dupont Circle Wants Relief From Beggars

Argument Armstrong, Jenice. “Dupont Circle Wants Relief From Beggars” The Washington Post. Washington D.C: June 1990 This source is an article from the Washington Post, and it was published on  June 14th, 1990. The article includes many opinions from people who want the homeless people off the sidewalks of Dupont. Residents of Dupont call the homeless “panhandlers” […]

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The Interior Design of the Dupont Circle Club

Whether one arrives to Dupont Circle by way of the infamous Metro Rail, the ubiquitous taxi cabs and cars, the convenient bike, or by foot, the passerby is certain to see a bunch of narrow shops, bars, and eateries that inhabit structures which resemble three- story rowhomes. If a person dares to look closer, they […]

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Kathleen Scholl and Her Belief that the Open Environment Enhances Learning

In the essay “Recognizing Campus Landscapes as Learning Spaces”, the authors Kathleen Scholl and Gowri Gulwadi argue that although the classroom setting is solely believed to shape student’s learning experiences, American college/university campuses require a holistic environment which includes open exterior space, attention to nature, and advanced interior classroom settings that will provide a holistic […]

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