Read more Harvard University, sometimes simply refer to as Harvard, is a private Ivy League research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Its history, influence and wealth have made it one of the most prestigious universities in the world.
But I have drawn—rather, lived—in this studio for most of my past ten years.
I suppose this is strange, as the rest of my life can best be characterized by everything the studio is not: cleanliness and order and structure.
No, it was not so clean and not so white and not so nice. ___ REVIEW Perhaps the most prominent facet of Bobby’s essay is the use of imagery.
It is first utilized to bring the reader into the piece and make the introduction pop, with “Late evening rays [...] casting a gentle glow” and “the soft luminescence of the art studio” becoming “a fluorescent glare.” Immediately, the reader knows what the essay will generally be about: art.
Read more I am overwhelmed by the rules and precepts that are observed in the college.
Harvard is a school built on strong christian foundations and this has influenced my body, soul and spirit to be in that college.
As day became night, the soft luminescence of the art studio gave way to a fluorescent glare, defining the clean rectilinear lines of Dillon Art Center against the encroaching darkness. Most of the time, though, it was just us—children, drawing and talking and laughing and sweating in the cluttered and overheated mess of an art studio.
No, it was not so clean and not so white and not so nice.