2+2=4? You Don’t Know as Much Math as You Think!

Do you really know math? Well, you likely know 2+2=4 (if not you have bigger things to work on than reading this). But is this all there is too it? In high school and below, math classes focus on what is known as computational mathematics. They give you a something to find, and you find it. This can range from ‘find x if2+x=5’ in 7th grade, to ‘sin(x)=1, what is x’ in 11th g...
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Aquaculture: Our Future of Food

The ocean. A vast, mysterious, and priceless treasure found only on planet earth. Home to some of the most complex and distinct species in the world. Humans are closely connected to oceans. Over the last several centuries, humans nearly harvested every living creature from the seas. Habitat loss, destruction of ecosystems, and even extinction of fish species, became the afte...
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A Shocking Crisis: Menstrual Taboos in America

Menstruation is an unspoken taboo in American culture. Society silences the subject and depicts menstruation as if it were something to be experienced yet not discussed, except in private conversations. From the resulting ignorance, myths emerged, including the imagined impurity of menstrual products. By treating menstruation as a cultural taboo, American society imbues wome...
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How to Write a Story

The way to write a story takes many components to make perfect. I think that the voice of a character, the word choice by the author, and the ideas that get put into the story are the most important. The voice of a character in a story can come to life in several ways. One way could be through dialogue. However, the characters voice is so much more than just what he says. I...
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The Life of a Viking

The Vikings of old started as raiders and traders and later became explorers, conquerors, lawmakers, and founders of nations. Yet above all, they were seafarers. These Norse sailors, carried in longboats, traveled further north and west than any previous European peoples, establishing a colony on the west coast of Greenland and beating Christopher Columbus to America by almos...
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Open Campus Lunch

As a high schooler, did you ever want to have more freedom and to prove to others that you are responsible? Allowing high school students to leave campus for lunch gives them this and much more. Some may argue that it is dangerous to allow students leave campus. However, if the privilege is limited to only high school students that have parental consent, there are fewer risk...
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Anna Faris

“I try to keep my head on straight and take nothing for granted” (ThinkExist: Anna Faris). A biography is a series of important events that happened in one’s life. Anna Faris is someone who suits comedy roles in movies really well. Funny people must be really talented to become a famous comedian to put smiles on, and get that good feeling vibe of being happy. Anna Faris is th...
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Don’ Think, Just Act

“I can’t believe you!” She was screaming at him for what seemed like the hundredth time. You would think she would know better by now. She so desperately wanted to take him back but people don’t ever change. She knew that all too well. But what she didn’t know was that he had thought about apologizing. However, that was the problem. He thought a...
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Bengal Tiger

Have you heard of the Bengal Tiger?? The Bengal Tiger is the strongest cat in the world It can feed on 800 pounds in an seven minutes! Bangal Tigers don’t sink in snow because of their squishy paws. Their paws can grow to be three inches. Scientist think that they should make tigers, “The King of the Jungle.” Tigers weight up to 372 kg or lbs. The baby cub...
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Who Are We?

Individuality. A quality that makes us who we are. Individuality is non-tangible quality that is existent in all of our lives. Although this quality is existent in all of our lives, it’s almost non-existent in the book Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury. Ray Bradbury’s novel is set in a society where books are forbidden. Books are burned instead of being used for leisure readin...
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