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In the early ’70s, a group of teachers created an educational game called The Oregon Trail, meant to teach students about the same topic as the game was named after. 387 more words

College

Three Memories

Late one night in spring, a decade ago, my then best friend Rex (we shared the same name), and our mutual friend sat in the caramelized smoking section of IHOP. 948 more words

Writing

THE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART: THE 1980s AND POLITICAL CHANGE

The Museum of Modern Art has been a prestigious gallery since its foundation in 1929 by Abby Rockefeller and her two friends known as “the Ladies.” 1 Having one’s work showcased in the MoMA is considered a true achievement for any artist, yet access to the institution’s walls has largely been determined by identity politics. 1,561 more words

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Final Essay

Having redone my idea with my breakdown sheets I am now very happy with this.

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Design

Making Games is not Easy

“I would kill myself. That’s my incentive to finish it. Because then I get to not kill myself.” -Phil Fish, developer of FEZ (Indie Game: The Movie, 2012) 1,241 more words

College

Ebola and the American Perception (T)

This essay describes how the American perception of the most recent Ebola virus has changed over time and how it has led to misconceptions of all sorts including about race. 2,756 more words

Final Essay

Wong, Woon Shin - z3437063 - Final Essay

ARTS2090: Publics & Publishing It makes increasingly less sense even to talk about a publishing industry, because the core problem publishing solves—the incredible difficulty, complexity, and expense of making something available to the public—has stopped being a problem.’ (Clay Shirky, ‘Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable’, … 2,219 more words

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