My own color walk

During the middle of class Mrs A encouraged the class to go out for our own color walk. She gave us a time limit and we were on our way. I picked the color orange and went where the color took me.


I walked out of Sparks Hall and first noticed the beautiful flowers on the sides of the buildings. I didn’t realize till that day how many cute little flowers had grown all over the campus due springs arrival. I made my way across the street where i heard a bus turning, i quickly snapped a shot because i saw the letters on the bus were orange.


As i walked around Hurt Park i spotted the obvious orange traffic barrels looking abandoned on the side of the street. I continued my walk around Hurt Park and along the Robert W. Woodruff Volunteer Service Center were some orange table umbrellas. I also noticed a Starbucks sign on the window and peeked in a bit. I had no idea there was a small cafe in that building.

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i was now walking down Edgewood Ave and ended up in a small parking lot where i saw a cute bright orange KIA. These cars are so adorable. I couldn’t find more orange as i continued down the road but i looked down to find some orange spray paint beside the University lofts.. what does this mean anyway?



My time was up so i headed back to the classroom and we shared our experiences. I personally enjoyed this strange but fun activity. I started at Sparks Hall and ended up in an ally by the University Lofts.

Reflecting Entrance


The main entrance of Emory University reflects a lot of the University. “Emory University is one of the worlds leading research universities and recognized internationally for its outstanding liberal arts colleges, graduate and professional schools, and one of the Southeast’s leading health care systems”. As I entered the University main entrance i felt proud, it gave off a good vibe. The entrance is beautiful and prepares you for whats on the inside.



Emory University has a beautiful outdoor campus. As i took notes for my project i realized how clean and calm the campus environment was. The grass was green and smelled fresh. The sounds i heard mostly included chatter, laughter and birds chipping. I also saw a lot of squirrels running up and down trees, scattering around in the leaves. Emory gives a very peaceful setting. No wonder it is ranked one of the best college campuses in Georgia.