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Get Inked - Not Screwed, Dallas Daws, Sarah Vance, Riley Eveleth May 2015

Get Inked - Not Screwed, Dallas Daws, Sarah Vance, Riley Eveleth

Ethos

If you’ve never gotten a tattoo before, or even if you have, realize a lot of thought that should go into the process to protect your body and ensure you get the best work done. From what to get to proper care, we lay out what you need to know.


Back To The Panels, Kelly Schiro, Sarah Neighbor, Riley Eveleth May 2015

Back To The Panels, Kelly Schiro, Sarah Neighbor, Riley Eveleth

Ethos

Action-packed superhero movies have dominated theaters in recent years. Most can recall the low bellow of Bane’s voice, or the competitive advantages of Iron Man’s red suit, but how well do you really know the characters? More of their story is intricately weaved through comic books.


Surfing The Youtube: How Social Media Is Changing Landscape Research, Benjamin A. Shirtcliff Mar 2015

Surfing The Youtube: How Social Media Is Changing Landscape Research, Benjamin A. Shirtcliff

Landscape Architecture Conference Proceedings and Papers

Accessing insights from underrepresented populations, such as adolescents, remains a persistent challenge in the research and design process. The paper will investigate the utility of online videos of user-posted materials as an innovative research tool. Unlike traditional in situ approaches to studying human behavior and public space, online videos permit access to multiple sites based upon the population or activity of interest. The approach is similar to studies of behavior using unobtrusive observation—where participation or interviews might interrupt the activity under observation or where access to the setting of the activity would otherwise remain inaccessible to the researcher.