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COM 101 - Kane - Fall 2019

This course guide has been created to help students successfully complete the course midterm assignment.

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This course guide has been created to help students successfully complete the course midterm assignments.

Assignments: Intro to Midterms for COM 101 406

Read the assignment details and follow them carefully.

You may use either the APA or MLA style of documentation for your citations. The References (APA) or Works Cited (MLA) page should include the required number and types of information sources listed in the assignment details. See document below. 

architectural and blueprint elements table setting  

Source: Freerange - https://freerangestock.com/photos/116091/traveling-map-.html (copyright free or Equalicense images) 

"Food is in architecture. We buy, cook and consume it in many different public places designed to accommodate, even enhance, these activities of daily life. Much of the urban streetscape is composed of just such places: the market, the grocery, the pub, the café and the restaurant, as well as the supermarket, fast-food outlet or takeaway. Likewise, architecture is in food. Chefs design dishes that resemble works of art but which must also stand up and be eaten. And architecture is like food. Each is fashioned from raw materials into a cultural product. We depend on both to meet ordinary needs and to celebrate special events. Architect and cook alike manipulate colour, texture and shape to tantalise our senses." (Architecture and Food).

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