The Road We Travel On

We are all traveling down a road. A road towards something in life. Death? Maybe, our dream job or goal in life? Who knows? All we do know is that we are moving on this road sometimes we stop; sometimes we veer off, making a mistake. On this road there are different paths we can go on. Every decision, every choice we make can change our course. It’s all up to us to choose whi...
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The Divide: An Analysis of the Effects of Classism on Racism Today

Classism. Racism. One of these things is the most destructive, horrendous, catastrophic, evil act ever to plague humankind. The other has to do with skin color. However, when people think of discrimination, the first terms that come to mind are ones like ‘racism’ and ‘sexism’. Why is this? Why have such petty, one-sided, highly politicized forms of discrimination dis...
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"Mirror"

Through countless generations, through eras of ideas and trends, one that had never gone out of style is expression through music. The last vestige of it will never become dissipated. Indications of turning feeling to song has been evident since the beginning of time. Music was especially an outlet when acquisitiveness influenced property of human by human, and rights among t...
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The Positive Effects of Video Games

The Positive Effects of Video Games What topic is hated by hardcore athletic sports players, has almost no evidence of being a bad influence on humans, and is blamed for various crimes?Video games!Everyone has heard people say hateful things about video games.Some of the comments not backed up with evidence, some of it just to boost self-esteem over video game “nerds”, and ...
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the yellow wallpaper Case Study Template

Because I am a woman, I must make unusual efforts to succeed. If I fail, no one will say, “She doesn’t have what it takes.” They will say, “Women don’t have what it takes.” -Clare Boothe Luce. Feminism has been around for many years, but slowly women are slowly making their way up the ladder. In the story “The yellow Wallpaper”, Jane is bei...
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Celebrity or Sell-ebrity

Has the metamorphosis of the word celebrity devalued its underlying tenets? Traditionally, to be a celebrity entailed recognition and celebration of virtuous attributes. On the other hand, today’s connotation takes on the definition of fame, having a widespread reputation. Celebrities and famous people alike are being held up on a pedestal by the masses, but one must reexamin...
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Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights movement was a time of extreme change and protest as African American people fought for their freedom. One author that helped drive that movement is Langston Hughes. Langston Hughes was an African American poet from Missouri that grew up with tremendous racial pride during a time of racial oppression. Hughes helped the Civil Rights movement with his inspirati...
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A Cold Fire

Recently, on a trip to an art museum, I saw many interesting pieces. A few stuck out, but one in particular grasped my attention. The image had a very mysterious look to it. The picture was taken by Christopher Atkins, and the name of the piece is ‘Hynagogia’. It is all in black and white, covered in large by a shadow. A man’s shadow covers a cold, unlit fireplac...
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Aslan from The Chronicles of Narnia

Aslan can be portrayed as a symbol of Christ because he is given the same characteristics Christ has and is involved in the same events Christ was in C. S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. C. S. Lewis has written in a way to create an intruiging fairytale, as well as including a moral and chose to use Christ as an example for morality in his character, Aslan. Thro...
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Letter to Home (Lord Of The Flies)

Dear Mum and Dad, Its been a long time since i’ve seen you guys since i’m stuck on this island. Just know i miss you so very much.I think you would be proud to see how i stepped up and was voted chief after the first few day being on the island. Things are hard but i’m being strong even though some people don’t really listen. Im sorry for the times i...
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