Author Archives: christinamarierossetti

Let them be little

As was exemplified within the readings last week, the opinions of children are largely regarded in a much less serious manner than they ought to be. Children’s minds are usually not weighted down by the solemnity that typically accompanies adult … Continue reading

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Applications of William White in Perugia, Italy

William White began the Street Life Project in 1971; the purpose was to research the social interactions which transpire in public spaces, and publish these findings within a comprehensive text. The project quickly grew however, and studies were conducted within … Continue reading

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Borgo Bello Clean-up Day

It is suffice to say that this weekend was a learning experience for me. I found out not only that I could sand, stain, and assist in the building of outdoor furniture, but also that I should probably layer up … Continue reading

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Impressions of Borgo Bello By Christina Rossetti

During our walkabout of the Borgo Bello neighborhood, I was surprised to find that I have unknowingly made my way down these same streets in weeks prior. In an attempt to familiarize ourselves with the city of Perugia, my roommates … Continue reading

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Application of Readings: Sutton, Massachusetts

For the past decade, I have lived within Sutton, Massachusetts: A small, rural town about fifteen minutes from larger cities like Worcester, and 30 minutes from Boston. Prior to residing here, my family lived in a more urban, city-like environment. … Continue reading

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