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Final Project Proposal

For my final project in this class, I had many ideas, having looked forward to taking this class for a few years, I had collected inspiration over time. During this class I have spent time working on my designs and trying to make pieces that are true to who I am as a person and […]

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Capstone Update

My capstone work is going well, and there has been little hindrance with the chances to the semester. The only obstacle I have had really is the program I was using to edit my videos “Balling on a budget healthy eating for college students” was on the library computers, but I was able to download …

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Update!

Hey Everyone! Just here to update you on my Dad HandBook. Not much has changed or become more difficult with my capstone project. If anything, I seem to be enjoying it more and getting more creative! I cannot wait for the final product. It seems so professional to me. I cut out all the pages …

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A Turn of Events

Due to the rapid spread of COVID-19 the PSU campus was forced to close and hold all classes online. This turned my academic world upside down, and I’m still trying to familiarize myself with this new world I have been placed in. Sure I have been enrolled in an online class here and there, but never in the middle of the semester, and all five classes at once! My original capstone project for my Interdisciplinary Studies course was the implementation…

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Roberto Lugo

I chose to research Roberto Lugo for my potter presentation because of his unique and innovative approach to ceramics. I first came across his art in my Art Activism class at my previous college during my sophomore year and I was intrigued by his revolutionary techniques and the statement that his work makes. In my […]

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Cup Critique

For our first project we were told to make two mugs that related in some way, whether it was in size, scale, or design. In our first critique we chose one of our classmates work to look over and observe in order to give feedback. When looking at Dusty’s mug I saw that it was […]

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How Does Composting Benefit the Environment?

Let’s begin with, what exactly is compost? According to the EPA compost is organic material that can be added to soil to help plants grow. Sounds pretty basic, right? Well compost is actually amazing, compost is created from other organic materials such as food scraps and yard debris and over time turns into a nutritious soil that is loaded with benefits for the environment! Currently yard waste and food scraps make up 28% of the materials we throw away. One-third…

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SEO & Artificial Intelliegence

Artificial intelligence (AI) once seemed like a far fetched idea, only captured in sci-fi films and horror stories of the future. But what many fail to realize we now live in an age where we interact with AI on a daily basis, and may not even know it. As technology starts to advance artificial intelligence becomes the norm when it comes to search engine optimization (SEO). According to chapter 8 in the text “SEO is the practice of optimizing a…

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