“Shall Property owned by the University System of Georgia and utilized by providers of college and university student housing and other facilities continue to be exempt from taxation to keep costs affordable?” The root sentence is: Should student housing be exempt from taxes? 4 words that stick out to be are: Property- referencing the land […]
My site is Buzzard Point, a peninsula formed by the confluence of the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers in the southwest quadrant of Washington, DC. This area has been populated as far back at 1673 when it was named Turkey Buzzard point by Bohemian explorer Augustine Herman. In 1978, the area was used for defensive works […]
As I was walking towards the Channel on 4th Street SW, I noticed this photo of a painting on a mailbox. This small detail of the neighborhood brings an element of culture and welcomeness. The soft blue and pink attract the eye, making whoever’s walking by stop to look. The cherry blossoms in the painting […]
As I walked long the Washington Channel at sunset, I caught this photo of a sail boat soaring through the water. This was a residential area, therefore we ran into many people walking their dogs and some runners. Everyone at the sight was friendly, and let me pet their furry friends.
Here you see me standing in front of the Titanic Memorial. The granite statue stands overlooking the water and is a beautiful site to see. The memorial is a tribute to the men who perished on the titanic in 1912 so that women and children could be saved. When posing as the statue, the breeze […]
mov_9094-mov This is a time lapse of me walking through 4th Street SW. In the video there happened to be police cars racing down the street. To my surprise, it wasn’t just any police car. It seemed to look like a limo! I had never seen that before.
This sign states that the restroom contains two stalls, and is gender neutral, meaning anyone of any gender may use this restroom at any time. These bathrooms are put in place for several reasons. For example, transgender people may experience emotional and physical harassment, deep discomfort, risk of arrest for being in the “wrong” bathroom. […]
“Her commitment to anti-capitalism, psychogeography, and participation in the dérive builds upon situationist ideas and provides a framework for further exploration of the urban environment.” (Nersessova, 27) x,y, z commitment builds for exploration. His drive to get an education, make a living, and lose weight builds up his motivation and provides for an increase in […]
Analysis of Part Two of Sarah B. Schindler’s Architectural Exclusion: Discrimination and Segregation through Physical Design of the Built Environment In part two of Sarah B. Schindler’s essay, she argues that the infrastructure and design of physical barriers, transit location, highway exits, and the design of residential neighborhoods are used to create racial and […]