Category Archives: Fall 2014 Archive (338)

Student Broadside Critique – Hannah Croskrey

This text is very heartwarming and thought provoking. There is a simple yet complex story being told of a lifelong friendship built on helping one another. The tree helps the boy and the boy makes the tree happy by taking … Continue reading

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Student Broadside Critique – Karen Marten

  The design of this broadside by Melissa brings a sense of playfulness and warmth to the poem by William Wordsworth. The poem is about a field of daffodils and the way the narrator remembers the daffodils as happy beings … Continue reading

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Student Broadside Critique – Lauren Turner

This text is a Christmas carol (a song often sung to spread the spirit of Christmas during the holiday season) entitled “It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year”. The mood that is being conveyed is happy, cheerful, and artistic. … Continue reading

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Student Broadside Critique- Shannon Heric

  After reading and observing Evans broadside I get the feeling he is trying to show of futuristic and space exploration. The text is an excerpt from an article about how Elon Musk has been working to advance technology to … Continue reading

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Student Broadside Critique – Amy Koller

Sandra used the text “The Star Thrower” for her broadside. This text is about a boy who is throwing starfish back into the ocean to save them from the heat of the sun. When an older man came up to … Continue reading

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Student Broadside Critique – Katie Tufts

This is a broadside made by Jack of a piece by Edgar Allen Poe called A Dream Within A Dream. This poem is about the difference between a dream and reality and not being able to tell which state you’re … Continue reading

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Student Broadside Critique- Marci Hohner

I am critiquing Jacob Oster’s broadside entitled “Paying Homage to two Skiing Legends”. The text is about two skiiers whom passed away in a skiing accident. It reads slightly like an obituary, paying their condolences to the lost, but with … Continue reading

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Student Broadside Critique- Sandra Albertson

The broadside that I was chosen to critique is Amy Koller’s of the song “Sleigh Ride”. At first glance, the broadside is very visually appealing and balanced. All of the text is centered throughout and feels organized. The words “sleigh … Continue reading

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Student Broadside Critique–Jacob Oster

1) What is the text about and what mood is being conveyed? 2) How do you understand the visual hierarchy presented by the broadside? Does the broadside attract your attention from a distance? Why or why not? Does the broadside keep … Continue reading

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Student Broadside Critique – Danielle Clement

I have been paired with Brian for this broadside critique. 1. The text is an excerpt from The Eberron Campaign Setting by Keith Baker. It is a guide to the fictional game, Dungeons and Dragons. The text discusses the first … Continue reading

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