Category Archives: CCR exchange: Stanford-CCNY

Positivity in Hip Hop by Jonathan Ruiz

In today’s world, the genre of Hip Hop is seen as very negative music.  Hip hop artists have been getting bad publicity by getting in trouble with the law.   Also, many artists brag about their lifestyle.  They talk about making … Continue reading

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NYC Connections: How Well does NYC work?

New York City is an iconic metropolis of the North American East Coast and its grandeur epitomizes the extent of human ingenuity. For tourists, it is an attraction like none other with so much to see and do and just … Continue reading

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Battle of the Sexes

This post was written by a student in Susan Schuyler’s Narrative, Rhetoric, and Identity class at Stanford University. Each student in this class will complete a research-based argument related to the course topic. My research topic is going to be … Continue reading

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Portrayal of Inmates – A Balancing Act

by Eric Feldman, Anna Nti Asare, Gabriel Martinez, Peter Tseng This blog is part of an exchange between students at Stanford and CCNY, for their studies in the rhetoric of architecture, space and tourism Alcatraz as a tourist attraction possesses … Continue reading

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Alcatraz: authenticity vs. commercial interests

This blog is part of an exchange between students at Stanford and CCNY, for their studies in the rhetoric of architecture, space and tourism Alcatraz, a military prison off the coast of San Francisco, held those considered to be the … Continue reading

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