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Great Minds Think… By: Shelby Goode

What is it about the Borgo Bello Neighborhood that captivates the community members of so many to dedicate their time and energy to making this space a place that can be open and utilized by all. As a student studying … Continue reading

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What Makes a Place a Place? By: Shelby Goode

What makes a place a place? After a few weeks in our Placemaking class I could name a few aspects that makes a place desirable. The people, businesses, seating, location, convenience, aesthetic, and accessibility are just some of the considerations … Continue reading

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Participatory Design and Strong Leadership By Shelby Goode

More than just community service, Participatory Design is a concept I am beginning to interpret as a multidimensional process to build a community. When I think of community service, I am reminded of voluntary attitude to better an organization, group … Continue reading

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Borgo Bello: A Not So Hidden Gem by Shelby Goode

In the walks around Perugia I have realized how majestic every new street I stumble upon, every café that I walk in to, and all the architecture I see is almost mesmerizing. As a student only studying here for a … Continue reading

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Placemaking: A Spectrum Worldwide By: Shelby Goode

After Reading the death “The Death and Life of Great American Cities” by Jane Jacobs, I am reminded of the many variations and aspects a city can signify for people. When I think of a city, I immediately think of … Continue reading

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