RA 7: College Campuses as Commonplaces for Learning

In their article “Recognizing College Landscapes as Learning Spaces,” Kathleen G. Scholl and Gowri Betrabet Gulwadi argue that today’s universities should provide students a holistic learning environment with both indoor and outdoor spaces so they can experience both community interaction and personal reflection. Using the evolution of college campuses, the benefits of human-nature interactions, and […]

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Annotated Bibliography: 9&10

1.Rajala, Lisa. “Lincoln Statue Stands Tall.” Roll Call, April 23, 2009. http://www.dccourts.gov/internet/documents/2009-04-23_LincolnStatueStandsTall.pdf. In her article, Lisa Rajala discusses the importance of the Abraham Lincoln statue in Judiciary Square being reinstalled after several years in storage. Rajala explains the statue was taken down when construction of Judiciary Square was under way several years ago, and is […]

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Annotated Bibliography: 7&8

1.”Nude Statue Turned to Face Lawyers.” The Washington Post (1923-1954), Nov 14, 1923, pp. 11, ProQuest Historical Newspapers: The Washington Post, http://proxyau.wrlc.org/login?url=http://search.proquest.com/docview/149287356?accountid=8285. In this small editorial by the Washington Post, the author explains how the famous Joseph Darlington statue in Judiciary Square has had its location changed. Published in the early 1920s, the news source […]

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Annotated Bibliography: 5&6

1.The Washington Post. “SOCIETIES DECORATE SAN MARTIN STATUE: Birthday of Argentine Patriot Is Observed at Judiciary Square.” The Washington Post (1923-1954); Washington, D.C. November 12, 1927. In this article, the author discusses a gathering honoring the statue of General San Martin in Judiciary Square. The event takes place on San Martin’s birthday each year, November 11th. The […]

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