Mapping Commonplaces Journey

When I originally began this project, I was focusing on a Church from the book S Street Rising. The only problem was that it was nowhere to be found on google. I found one Church that google kept bringing me to. Becoming Church in the Festival Center of Adams Morgan. At first, I focused on […]

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Meeting with Hoskins

I have met with you one on one multiple times throughout the semester to check in to make sure I am doing things right in class, as well as for projects. Our meeting today had to do with the final project. I explained how my project progressed and changed and of how my topoi went […]

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Diversity and Location

1. Argument Stevenson, Douglas. “Adams-Morgan Majors In Urban Diversity: Adams-Morgan Full of Diversity.” The Washington Post  (1974-Current File); Washington, D.C., 7 Feb. 1987. ProQuest, http://search.proquest.com/hnpwashingtonpost/docview/139299839/abstract/14822AB6C16F4C11PQ/3. In “Adams-Morgan Majors In Urban Diversity: Adams-Morgan Full of Diversity”, Douglas Stevenson of The Washington Post argues that there is not a definite “good” or “bad” way to look at […]

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Gentrification in DC

Method Iweala, Uzodinma. “The Gentrification of Washington DC: How My City Changed Its Colours.” The Guardian, 12 Sept. 2016. The Guardian, https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2016/sep/12/gentrification-washington-dc-how-my-city-changed-colours. In “The Gentrification of Washington DC: HowMy City Changed Its Colours”, Uzodinma Iweala argues that the D.C. that he grew up in is now different through demographics and gentrification. This includes the areas […]

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Subway

My friend, classmate, and floormate, Eryka, once said that our friend, Tom, told her that the Subway (the food chain) on campus is a commonplace for campus. I agree with this statement in certain aspects, and disagree in others. I think that it is a commonplace in the sense that every type of student goes […]

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