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Kazlyn Roullier English 101 review 1.20.16 The Legacy of the bricks (Western Washington’s Red Square) a panoramic photo I took of the buildings and fountain that make up Red Square Walk with me, step into this journey where we stand at the corner of Bond hall surrounded by the other classes of Haggard, Fraser, and Miller hall. Beneath our feet are unique bricks that follow an exact pattern with a cobblestone effect. The name “Red Square” comes from the shape of a square that the buildings create along with the red bricks that cover the ground below our feet. This location is also equipped with tables and benches for students to do homework or even eat lunch on a sun shining day. There are also staggered light posts that generate light for those walking across in the dark, and also makes for a calm mood lighting in the evening. According to The Western Front, Western Washington was established in 1899 making these bricks close to one hundred and twenty years old. The history and sense of wisdom walking through this location makes me feel special, that I am one of thousands of footsteps that have left stories of many ethnicities, cultures,
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and different legacies behind. There are stories of many different types of people, standing here I wonder where their thoughts are? What is going through their mind? What is their final destination? If only I could walk a day in their shoes to compare theirs from mine. I am always eager to learn others stories and Red
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