Monthly Archives: February 2016

Post 2: Scenes

The atrium has a decent amount of people for 9 AM, and it smells like brunt bagels. It is a big hot in the atrium, and all the lights are on like always. There are about 19 people; some studying, … Continue reading

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Post 3: Activity

When I first got to the student center, I used my card to swipe in. Then I sat my notebook and pencil down at a table and went to see what food was being served. I walked around the food … Continue reading

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Post 3: Hair

Her hair looked like she had just rolled out of bed. There was a high possibility she had not washed it this morning. One side was completely straight, and the other had a bump at the top, possibly indicating that … Continue reading

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Post 1: Jottings

There is a man and a woman sitting at a table. They both have a plate and a cup. There is a napkin on top of the man’s plate. However, the woman is still eating. They look to be having … Continue reading

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Evocative Photos

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Proposal: Linvilla Orchards

I have lived near Linvilla Orchards for 11 years, and never once thought to look into its history. Linvilla is a new topic for me, and I am very excited to investigate it. I have been many times. It is … Continue reading

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