A Day in the Life of a High School Student

Beep..Beep..Beep..Beep. That’s the sound of my 6 O’Clock alarm sounding and the start of an average week day for me. I wake up at 6am, take a shower and ready my self for the long, exhausting school day ahead of me. By 7am I’m in the car and on my way to what feels like prison. It’s the same routine day after day, wake up, spend seven hours at school...
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The Magnificently Complex Organ

The human body is a complex organism, meaning it has pretty high demands.There are a lot of organs and tissues that need to function. Like neurons located in the brain that look like lighting bolts and islets of Langerhans in the pancreas that are your typical spherical animal cell. All of these cells need to have a blood exchange every second, otherwise all of these cells wi...
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Overcoming Obstacles

“Keep your head to the sunshine and you cannot see a shadow,” claimed Helen Keller (Keller). Throughout Helen Keller’s life there were many obstacles she had to overcome such as, being blind and deaf. I too, throughout my life have had to overcome some obstacles. Much like Helen Keller overcame the obstacle of not being able to communicate, I too overcame the passing o...
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The Raven Sample of Case Study

“Words have no power to impress the mind without the exquisite horror of their reality.” – Edgar Allan Poe. Inhumed in the words that each of us writes is a set of fundamental beliefs, morals, or other such human elements, and these are impacted by the beliefs and morals of those in the world around us. He’s saying that truly beguiling writing stems f...
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Good versus Evil on The Road by Cormac McCarthy

The theme good versus evil is a well-known theme throughout many books, not just novels. When thinking about good versus evil critics ad readers have this mindset of there is one good guy and one bad guy and that there is no mediator, until you read the book The Road by Cormac McCarthy. According to Jean Paul, “The conscience of children is formed by the influences that surr...
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Animus-Inherit or Created

Animus1 – Inherit or Created Bravery: Valor, audacity, heroism and intrepidity. Bravery is a quality that I have not performed. Wanting to be heroic is not analogous to acting instantaneously. Acting for the benefit of yourself but for others is one perception of bravery. Is it permissible for society to set parameters for an idea? Can we restrain our ideology to one c...
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The Honors Life

Honors student. A prestigious title given to students enrolled in “higher level” classes at school. An honors student is expected to be a “smarter” student. In comparison to average students, honors students are expected to be more organized and have a better school ethic. However, this isn’t all completely true. Honors students are very similar to the average student. Bein...
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What you need to do is fail

You’re a freshman. You’re excited for your high school years. You’re full of energy. You, my friend, are ready to succeed. Let me tell you, to have fun, that’s not what you want to do. Anyone can study, pass, and graduate. It takes some real talent to completely fail high school, and that is exactly what you want to do. Know the odds of you becoming a billionaire with hardly ...
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The Issue Of Bullying

Bullying is a very important thing to be concerned about. Tons of young kids are victims of bullying, some worse than others. Everyone has been a victim of bullying at least once or twice. We all know it is there but no one wants to do anything about it. Bullying can cause emotional problems, self confidence issues and sometimes self abuse. Most of the time bullying is going...
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The History Of Hamburgers!

Do you want to learn more about the history of hamburgers? Well in this paper you will learn more about it. Did you know hamburgers are popular? If you don’t know what’s a hamburger its like a sandwich with meat/beef and bread on top and bottom. If you want vegetables you can add some. This paper will tell you about who created or discovered hamburgers, what were the first in...
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