Drone Wars

Robots flying around delivering packages and taking pictures of everything their digital eyes can record, sounds like some sort science fiction right? No, the year is 2015. Since as early as the mid 1800’s drones have been used for military purposes, where unmanned air balloons filled with explosives to attack cities. The unmanned vehicle or drone has had the same benefit wh...
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words kill

Do on to others as you would want done to you. Chapter 1: Words Kill. Bullying is a horrible thing to do. Not only is it rude but it is also life changing. People need to realize that words hurt. Weather you like to believe “ sticks and stones may break my bones ,but words will never hurt,” well truth be told, words can / will haunt someone. Late nights will destroy anyon...
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COllege Health Issues

(Attention) By the looks of it most of you are planning on going to college. Why else would you be taking this class. Well, no matter where you go there are always going to be issues you have to face, whether it’s lack of studying, roommate disagreements, or stress. Those are important things to figure out and solve but college newbies should start eating a little healthier s...
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The Truth About America's Discovery

Every year in October, we celebrate Christopher Columbus day. It’s the day where America was first discovered in October 12, 1492. We celebrate this day because it gives us the time to look back on what it took to get to where we are. We’re lucky to be in the United States today, to get away from all the communism, slavery, and unequal opportunities that we didn’t have in ou...
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A Passion for Culture

As I ride my bicycle past another corn field I explore my surroundings, wondering how I have waited so long to have this sublime experience. To my right is a water buffalo resting and bathing in a muddy puddle; this once foreign scene is now just an everyday occurrence since my arrival in China. As I travel with my companions, we see a promising road and follow its path; we d...
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The Jacket

“The Jacket” is about a girl who wanted a new jacket. So her mother got her one but she didn’t like it. She said it was too ugly, and she described it as a “guacamole” colored jacket. She said she was ugly in the jacket. She is obviously struggling with her self appearance. She wore the jacket to school and got a D on her math quiz, a kid pushed her, girls looked at her and t...
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Should Christians Celebrate Christmas and Easter?

The time of year everyone has been waiting for is now here, with the traditions that you hold so dear and near to your hearts.. Are they not harmless traditions passed on through family from generation to generation? The answer is no, Those whom believe in the Bible should not celebrate Christmas and Easter because the Bible speaks against pagan worship, setting up a tree, an...
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The Life of Sylvia Plath

Sylvia Plath wrote many amazing poems and stories, had a good family and seemed to have a normal happy life. Despite all of these things, on the inside she was fighting severe depression. From this depression she pulled most of her creativity for her writing, her stories being mostly about the hardships of life and very controversial topics for women. Sylvia’s early life and ...
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Pittsburgh Public Transit is a Problem

Pittsburgh Public Transit is a Problem A man in the suburbs outside of Pittsburgh misses his bus and the days when he could catch one. He always used to be on time, but when the Port Authority pulled his bus stop, the nearest station to him became a mile and a half away. People like this man exist everywhere from Downtown Pittsburgh to Ross township. Pittsburgh should pro...
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The Perverse American View

When a novel is banned from society, the government is removing any kind of learning, whether it may be corrupt or not, to be obtained from this book.The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a beloved novel that teaches the life of Americans on the Mississippi River in a truthful form; not many writers have the courage to take a time period like the 1800’s in America and displa...
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