Leo Hallroom Observation

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Today I performed an excavation of Leo Hall room 220 which is home to a girl named Amanda who I’ve met a couple of times and who I feel like I may have a better understanding of now. When I entered the room I found a lot of artifacts that would allow me to make educated assumptions about the people living there. Two of the most obvious artifacts are a rat cage as well as a mouse cage. There was a rat in one cage and two mice in the other. However, even if I hadn’t discovered the animals I could have easily come to the conclusion that they had or have pets judging on the nibbled holes in the comforter as well as the rat food that I found on the floor. The presence of the animals led me to believe that she was an animal lover who would break the college’s rules to have a pet to take care…show more content…
The room was pretty messy, not saying mine is any better, but judging on the clothes on the floor I could not only tell that it was a female I could also tell that her room was more of a place to sleep and keep her stuff instead of have tons of people over. I found dresses, skirts, heels and other female shoes which made it obvious that a girl did reside in the room. On her wall she had tons of photographs of her different friends and her family which allowed me to assume that she has some form of relationship with her parents as well as many friends. Also, there was a picture of her with a dog which backed up my first assumption that they enjoyed animals. My next discovery was a mounted photograph hanging on her wall signed by her. I kept searching and discovered multiple cameras along with lens’s as well as film canisters. Therefore, she must truly enjoy photography. This caused me to become really interested as to what her major was. When I found a psychology book as well as an art history and western literature book on the desk I realized that none of the texts books led to a class that wasn’t required for the

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