Category Archives: RCL

Ambiguity: Words vs. Images

I’m still very torn on if either words or images are more ambiguous, more open to interpretation, allow for more imagination, etc. I think that no matter what we see, whether it be words or pictures, our minds interpret them … Continue reading

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I Voted Stickers

Tuesday, November 6th, 2012. Election Day. The first time I’m sure all of us as freshmen could vote in a presidential election, and the first time for most college students voting in a presidential election. Most of us who voted … Continue reading

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Ted Talk- Youth LGBT Movements

I think this may be easier to understand once we discuss it more in class, but I think that for my Ted talk I would like to focus on youth movements within the LGBT, as well as what schools and … Continue reading

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Presidential Debate

Woooooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww. So I missed the debate on Tuesday, and just watched a sort of “highlight reel” of the debate. It was actually really good, and I learned a lot. It was also nice to be able to watch and hear … Continue reading

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Not-So-Live Blog

Hi guys! So a little bummed I missed out on the live blogging party, I had water polo practice from 8:30 to 10:15 so the timing didn’t work out too well. I did, however, manage to catch Ryan’s closing argument … Continue reading

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Unintentional Pathos?

Can pathos be unintentional? Is it possible for someone to use rhetoric by appealing to one’s emotions without intending to do so? When trying to think of an example of pathos, a specific situation came to mind. Part of me … Continue reading

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“Rounding the Seasonal Mark”

Here’s the link to my article: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/03/opinion/rounding-the-seasonal-mark.html I chose the editorial article “Rounding the Seasonal Mark” from the New York Times. I chose it because, while it is an extremely simple thought, it is something that I never really gave … Continue reading

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Mitt Romney’s 47%

A secretly filmed video clip of presidential candidate Mitt Romney was released on Monday. It’s a video of him addressing donors to his campaign.  Apparently in response to a question, Romney made a comment about the 47% of Americans who … Continue reading

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Week 1: Do the Right Thing

When coming out of the movie theatre last Tuesday, there was a lot going through my mind. Much of it was frustration, annoyance, and anger at feeling like I had “wasted” a few hours of my time. However, as discussions … Continue reading

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Week 1

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