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    Life at Latrobe in the late modernity has been easier in term of interaction between student/student and student/teacher because of the online environment that has been around for a while such as LMS, Facebook, Latrobe Library page online, and many others. All these sites mentioned above are used in a way to help all students to be part of the university social life. In addition, it is an easy way to connect with others (teacher or/and students) share experience, thoughts and ideas from Bundoora as well as other campuses. On Facebook, for example, I could communicate and participate with others' thoughts without even knowing them in the offline world. This has given me opportunity to feel that I belong to this culture. The online environment,…

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    deliberate, displaying both the social trends of the time as a classical allusion alongside a political statement on the condition of Crete. Born in Rome, the Neoclassical style would evolve as it spread throughout Europe and abroad. Benjamin Henry Latrobe was born on May 1, 1764 to descendents of…

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    On the 3rd November 2016 the Hazelwood Power Station, which produced brown coal in the Latrobe Valley, announced the entire plant would close at the end of March 2017. After supplying electricity to Victoria for over 50 years, the plant’s owners Engie argued that it was no longer economically viable to continue to run one of Australia’s most ‘dirty’ power plants, thus laying off almost 1,000 jobs. Engie states that the growing pressure for renewable energy was the main factor for the closure of…

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    Jefferson's Vision

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    the church was inspired by the pantheon, which goes along with the roman influence. The University is very symmetric, which Jefferson got this idea from the Chateau de Marly in France. They both have little pavilions found on either side as well as garden space. He wanted the library to be the center of the university just like the palace was the center of Chateau de Marly. The Italian architect, Palladio, influenced Jefferson with his book The Four Books. Jefferson took Palladio’s ideas of…

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    architecture in the United States. Architecture became the language for government, public facilities and suburban towns to boast about the newly gained freedom from Britain and the inspiration it found from previous civilizations to aid in the success of the future. In order to begin establishing this newfound republic, Thomas Jefferson looks to France’s muse and what inspired her revolution: ancient Greece and Rome architecture. The example of a government building during this new era is…

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    Imaging catching the winning pass in a football game. For Dante Lampkin that is what he does. He’s a wide receiver for Hempfield Area High School. Dante Lampkin is 17 years old. He a football player and has loved it since he was 5. Although he plays football every day he also loves his family. I learned a lot about Dante being about to talk with him about his family, school and plans after school, and his hobbies. Dante’s family is very important to him. Losing family is actually a fear of his…

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    Due to Thornton’s lack of experience, (William Thornton) work was advanced under three architects, including two who were dismissed because of their inappropriate changes to Thornton’s design. The third architect, James Hoban, supervised the construction of the north wing (Senate). Congress had its first session in there on November 17, 1800. In 1803, construction continued under Benjamin Henry Latrobe, a professional architect. He completed the south wing and reconstructed…

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    If a friend or a family member has ever made a banana split, then they know how messy it can be. Banana splits were made over 100 years ago. It was created in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. The banana splits were originally offered to customers for 10 cents. Banana splits can also be enjoyable to create. There are tons of steps of making a banana split and you will need plenty of toppings too. If you want to create your banana split without any confusion, follow along step by step and work your hardest.…

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    was a heated rivalry between two different clubs the Allegheny Athletic Association (AAA) and Pittsburgh Athletic Club (PAC) was arisen (History.com). It was during this year that William Heffelfinger became the first player ever to be paid to play in a game for a team. This makes him regarded as the first professional player to ever play for the AAA and has been marked in history as a major event. From this contract on the true era of pro football began to take off. In 1893 the PAC were the…

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    sponsored the interior of the church. This church was designed by architect Ignacio Gaona and had the workforce from O’Odham. For the initial project the money was borrowed from Sonoran rancher. The White House is made out of timber, sandstone, and brick. James Hoban was an Irish architect responsible to design the white House, the slaves are the people who put the hard work to build the white house and the government was the responsible for the financing. The white house was built in 1791,…

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