Monthly Archives: November 2019

The future for sustainability

Oh the future for sustainability. I could talk about this for days and not get tired of it. This class has so many major takeaways. I have learned so much about the pollution on this earth, poverty, and the fashion … Continue reading

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Bean Bag Chairs, Mindfulness, and The Degradation of The Earth

In all my years of going to school, never have I ever not had to sit in uncomfortable desks and chairs. I was beyond surprised on the first day of class of Wicked Problems when I walked in and there … Continue reading

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Cheers

I can not believe it came to an end. I feel both sad and astonished at how fast these four weeks flew by. I remember the first day of class, watching the 11th hour documentary, getting only a tiny scope … Continue reading

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Goodbye Beanbags, Hello Sustainable Future

As I begin to write this blog I am sad to inform my fellow readers that this will be my last. Writing each of these blogs has been a new experience for me and I have to say that for … Continue reading

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Initiate: Sustainable Journey.

During one of our previous classes, we discussed the concept of mass population. One of the solutions that many people come to overlook and neglect is participating in adoption. There is a huge amount of kids that are in need … Continue reading

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Beanbags, Pixie, and…Cautious Optimism?

     Over these last few weeks I’ve learned a lot. How to find the most supportive beanbag (the black one with a lot of beads), how to avoid spilling my coffee every time I move my belongings around, and how to … Continue reading

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Maybe We Aren’t Doomed?

I think what I contributed to the learning community throughout the course was a knowledge of how both Architecture and production effect the environment. Buildings require so much energy to run and it is kind of crazy that we let … Continue reading

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