Claitown Univeristy is a university in need of a plan to help them raise money to fund buildings which will provide affordable student housing. In this statement the writer states that the best solution for the problem is to hire an architect who is known for experimental and futuristic buildings without providing any solid support of how one of these buildings will be able to be paid for by the university. Also the writer does not explain and support how the university will be able to make the cost of housing affordable to students and still be able to make a profit. Also the author states that “it is common knowledge that tourists are willing to pay money to tour some of the architect’s buildings, so it can be expected that tourists will want to visit this new building.” The author makes an assumption here in the previous statement that the statement is common knowledge. Furthermore this statement raises certain questions such as, what do tourist have to do with residence halls and what study or survey states that they would be willing to spend money to take a tour of this building. Making such an assumption takes the writer away
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This note was uploaded on 07/25/2011 for the course ENG 10 taught by Professor Chadjudkins during the Spring '11 term at Purdue.