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Think About Your Children

When talking about politics, global warming, or conservation you can almost be guaranteed to hear the phrase, “Think about your children.” I have probably heard this phrase uttered more than 100x during my short life-time and I will likely hear … Continue reading

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Opposites by Haley Donathan

After completing Jane Jacob’s reading during the second¬†week of class, I was slightly shocked by some of the ideas she proposed.¬†Her argument makes sense, but I never would have thought that the solution to unsafe streets was to put more … Continue reading

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How Is This Effective? by Haley Donathan

Last week I was talking to one of my friends back home in Colorado about our class and the work we are doing in Borgo Bello. After I finished explaining, he asked, “How are you going to make sure this … Continue reading

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Snoop-About by Haley Donathan

Like most other students, as I walked down the Sant’Ercolano steps on Tuesday into the beautiful neighborhood of Borgo Bello, I instantly noticed a change in the atmosphere. I had come into this area many times when I was walking … Continue reading

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Borgo Bello by Haley Donathan

To prepare myself for our first walk around Borgo Bello later today, I googled “Borgo Bello Perugia.” After reading Viviana’s article “The Shared City (Place Making in Borgo Bello)” I wasn’t certain what I would find. The article left me … Continue reading

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