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Artifact Interview-COG card

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I believe the COG IUE card that Anna had is a good metaphor for the idea of fairness. The union, founded in the early 90’s according to Anna , is mean to help… Continue reading

Naomi’s Pura Vida Bracelet

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As Naomi was looking for an item to show, she brought out this bracelet that looked very interesting. The bracelet was made out of black wax thread and it had two different little… Continue reading

Artifact Interview Assignment

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When Mia and I began searching our personal possessions for artifacts to use we came up with multiple flawed ideas before she opened up her wallet to reveal this photo booth picture strip. The photo… Continue reading

David’s Scar

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When David was looking for an artifact in his bag, he couldn’t really find anything. He then pointed down to his knee showing a scar, which we both agreed would be an interesting… Continue reading

Luca’s Movie Stub

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When trying to figure out what to use for the Artifact Interview activity, both Luca and I went rooting around in our wallets.  He produced a movie ticket stub, about 1.5″ square, printed… Continue reading

Artifact Interviews

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The artifact that I chose of Adams was his water bottle. He said he didn’t have anything on him or with him that held great meaning but his water bottle is something he… Continue reading

Artifact Interview

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The artifact I found on Kate was her vivid tattoo. When I first saw it I knew it had a deeper meaning too it and a story behind it. I thought maybe she… Continue reading

Artifact Interview

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Jordan Perlinger Artifacts of Daniel April 19, 2016   Daniel was wearing a red, long sleeve t-shirt and that is the item I decided to interview him about.  The shirt was made of… Continue reading

Artifact Interview

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When Zoe chose her object, she grabbed a small black pin off of her backpack and handed it to me. The pin itself was fairly small and similar to pins that other college students… Continue reading

Maus Reflection

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I wanted to write about the message portrayed in this book. When we think about events like the Holocaust, it is easy to only see numbers. Millions of people involved sounds like a… Continue reading