Riggs Street: An Interior, Exterior, and Digital Investigation

The Shaw neighborhood has become much more than just a trendy area in downtown DC. Riggs street may seem small, maybe even insignificant, especially when looking at the streets that surround it such as S street and 14th street. But beyond the surface, Riggs Street holds so much culture and history, crucial to DC’s culture […]

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Built Environment Analysis

Changing Shaw Through Gentrification             A musky, lonely area is shown on the left and a lively, upbeat photo is displayed to the right. Improvements have been made in and around the 7th and O Street market in Shaw, Washington DC. Gentrification has been a common theme in the District […]

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Is the FBI Headquarters Fit to Represent our Nation’s Top Law Enforcement Agency?

Many people, such as the majority of American citizens, assume that the nation’s leading law enforcement organization that does incredible work such as fighting terrorism and creating national security would have a top of the line, extremely secure building for their Headquarters. However, the Headquarters for the Federal Bureau of Investigation has never been more […]

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