Built Environment Analysis

Atlanta has a good amount of colleges and universities in its parameters. These schools include Morris Brown College, Morehouse College, Spelman College, Clark Atlanta University, Georgia Tech, and of course, Georgia State University. Being that these schools are in the city, rather than in closed campuses, the built environment of Atlanta has developed into one that helps students adapt to their new environment. The area of Downtown Atlanta, in particular, has evolved into an environment that accommodates the wants and needs of Georgia State University students, making their way of living more convenient. The metropolitan area of Atlanta has shown numbers in improvement regarding its transportation system and many college students throughout several campuses in the city has taken full advantage to the system available to them. The extensive transportation system located throughout the Metro Atlanta area shows how far the city has come to accommodate the students in these surrounding areas. Georgia State University’s Panther Express has been proven to be of great use to its students. The Express currently has daily dedicated routes between 7:00 am to midnight with stops at Turner Field, GCB, Student Center, University Commons, Piedmont North, Arts and Humanities Building, and the Rialto Center for the Arts. The Express helps students beat traffic and arrive to their classes on time in a professional manner without the worrying of parking tickets and other situations regarding vehicles in the city. Although the express is a convenient way to travel throughout the metropolitan area, it isn’t available in all parts of Metro Atlanta. Therefore, MARTA is available for use for the students residing in Downtown Atlanta....

Bulletin Board and Sponsors

On every page you can find the bulletin board and sponsor of the HCPNA. It is located on the right-hand side of every page. The bulletin board displays tabs for their Holiday arty page, the HCPNA Store page, and the Arts Festival page.  When you hover the mouse over each tab, its color changes to a darker hue, reminiscent of marine blue, and the words become a light...

HCPNA: Historic College Park Neighborhood Association

Welcome to the homepage of the HCPNA! You’re greeted with a wide banner along the top of the page when the site first appears. The banners has the logo of the association along with its title spelled out and mailing address. The banner is blue with what seems to be a starry background to compliment the logo which resembles a Sun. On the homepage you can find information about upcoming events, past events, and their...
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