SPCM 3300 - SPCM 3300 Arch Analysis The Arch is a part of...

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SPCM 3300 Arch Analysis The Arch is a part of UGA’s culture. The Arch was taken from the University’s seal and made a monument to represent those who have entered and left the University of Georgia. The three pillars represent wisdom, justice, and moderation. Every student at some point at the University of Georgia has been given the dreaded story of walking through the Arch. The saying goes, “If you walk under the Arch as a freshman, you will be cursed not to graduate.” It is only permitted to walk under the Arch after graduation. Using Blair’s five questions concerning rhetorical artifacts, I will discuss the Arch as a material. Since the day one determined student decided not to walk under the Arch in order to graduate, the Arch have become a symbol for victory and success at the University of Georgia. The Arch is a gateway in and out of the University of Georgia. Only you cannot walk through the gates until your time have expired. The gates are opened after graduation and they lead to a new life. The Arch is located on North Campus which is also where the Registrar office
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