Introduction In 1988 there were 2,974 new cases of AIDS and 1,430 deaths.  It was hard for a lot of people to get things like treatment and medication. People were… Read more »

Introduction The purpose for this research is to help people fully understand that Aids/Hiv is a serious thing that shouldn’t be taken lightly.  The two panels that I am investigating… Read more »

Unit 3 Preliminary Outline

Medical Inequality During the time of the HIV/AIDS {dates}at the height of hiv criss  many people experienced discrimination when seeking medical help. Specfiic people ex. hiv/aids victims 1970s and 1980s… Read more »

Make Something

My classmates and I created Boxman, who is just an ordinary man. To create Boxman, we used two nerf darts, a Chinese food box, a fake plant, a lid to… Read more »

Bib Test

Williams, Gabriel. “Primary Source Description Two” Postscript Reverie Blog, 2017.  http://postscriptreverie.gsucreate.org/source-descriptions/primary-source-description-two-gabrielle-williams/.   Gabriel Williams said within her blog post that “This panel will be described from top to bottom, and will be… Read more »

PSD 1: First Contact

Panel: Mitchell David Mucha M.D. Block #713   Description Panel  The panel is 6×3 feet with a tan boarder. Behind all the things on the panel is a pinkish/peach  layer…. Read more »

Definitions

A-E Appropriation: helps to understand embedded messages the author conveys to the audience (Guide to First-Year Writing, 336) Close Reading: a path to critical thinking, is also called efferent reading…. Read more »