Today I filled out a survey on WordPress and classroom technologies for my college writing class. The survey asked a bunch of different questions about wether or not the technologies were easy to use, would I use them again in other classes, and what support did I think was need. It also asked what I […]
Located on a Tishman Speyer property, the property owner of Casa Luca goes into detail on his global success, current barriers, and worldwide operation.
Kendall Clayton is currently a student at American University in Washington, D.C. where she plans to major in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality studies, with a heavier focus on gender and sexuality. Gender and sexuality are two topics that she finds purely fascinating and interesting, and she loves learning about the different ways in which people identify. […]
After visiting with Professor Hoskins about my plan for revisions, I headed to the Writing Center. I finally understood the reading that I was supposed to analyze, but I still was not confident in my own analysis. My peers offered to edit my paper, but after they did I was still unsure if it fared […]
http://www.washingtonpost.com/sf/local/2016/11/25/why-would-i-leave-its-my-home/ “Why Would I Leave? It’s My Home” by Paul Duggan is an article that showcases some of what David Fleming in City of Rhetoric explains is occurring in regards to public housing. A lot of gentrification, and the demolition of public housing is occurring in the U.S.A, with Kenilworth being another place that is succumbing to […]
Yoga District 1922 I St NW, Washington, DC 20036 Farragut West/North Area Yoga District is located on I Street, right by my internship. The logo is clearly an adaptation of Washington, D.C.’s flag. The three stars of the flag are replaced by three yogis in warrior pose, suggesting both using the local D.C. yoga studio […]
District Kitchen 2606 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008 Woodley Park Area District Kitchen is located near the entrance to/exit from the Woodley Park/Adams Morgan red line metro stop. Their method for adapting the D.C. flag to their logo was replacing the two bars with two lines of writing. One bar was replaced by “District” […]
Beef N’ Bread 750 6th St NW, Washington, DC 20001 Chinatown Beef N’ Bread is located in Chinatown, which explains the Chinese characters below the logo on the outside wall. The logo adapts the D.C. flag to encourage shopping local to potential customers. The logo is very closely related to the original D.C. flag. From […]