Untitled Poem, Nanci Hunter (2016) — Inquiry 4

This poem can be downloaded in PDF format here: Nanci Hunter.docx You can also listen to an audio recording of it here: Nanci Hunter Audio   In my opinion, Inquiry 4 was by far the hardest to complete in comparison to the rest. I think I work …

“Happy Ending,” Dongni Huang (2015) — Inquiry 4

Check out Huang’s project here: http://www.pixton.com/comic/vyf2bpdi When I was told about this assignment, I felt stressed and challenged because I thought it would be difficult and boring for us to remediate the previous assignment. However, when I knew that we could create a comic, I felt …

“#StoptheDrones,” Hamza Malik (2015) — Inquiry 4

Watch Malik’s video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJ5yZ2slrWk The first time I heard the professor say that we were going to remediate our inquiry 3 with any visual rhetoric, I instantly knew I was going to make video. I had a lot of experience working with videos in high …

“K-Zone Replay,” Tyler Jamison” (2015) — Inquiry 4

You can find Jamison’s website here: http://jamisotw.wix.com/k-zone-replay I chose to present my inquiry three essay in the form of a website. I felt that this was the best way I could get my message across to people. Building a website people can read at their own …

“For Ladies Only,” Caroline Pepping (2015) — Inquiry 4

Check out Pepping’s website here: http://peppinca.wix.com/forladiesonly In converting my argument concerning feminism from Inquiry 3 to a media form, I decided to use a different rhetorical perspective by creating a satirical website that would mock the way society deals with the oppression of women. By doing …

“GMO Rap,” Megan Pender (2013) — Inquiry 4

Pender GMO Rap Project Reflection Upon hearing about this inquiry, I was excited to have more freedom with the media. I  thought it was a good idea to let creativity take its course to a greater degree and to let the mind wonder a little …