Office Hours 5

On Thursday, I went to office hours with Professor Hoskins one last time to ask some final questions. I cleared up some question on the Mapping Commonplaces project and extra credit assignments. Those questions were about the basic format of all of those assignments. Then, we went over my final plan for my essay one […]

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Office Hours 3

The third time I went to office hours was to make sure my Mapping Commonplaces project was on track. My first essay did not go well, but thankfully I had the opportunity to rewrite it. I knew I would not be able to rewrite my Mapping Commonplaces project, so I decided to go to office […]

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RA 6: His or Hers?

In her article “His & Hers? Designing for a Post-Gender Society,” Suzanne Tick argues that the world needs to adjust to the new post-gender society. In other words, Tick says that the fashion industry is attempting to use clothing design to support the new gender-neutral society. Moreover, she also discusses several other platforms for gender […]

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RA 5: Cities of Rhetoric

In the final chapter of his book City of Rhetoric, David Fleming argues that it is important for young people to learn civic politics in order to understand what city design teaches its residents. More specifically, Fleming believes it is important to understand the places around us and what they teach us. This is important […]

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