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Scott Joplin
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Scott Joplin was a famous African-American ragtime composer from the early 20th century who was viewed as the King of Ragtime. Scott Joplin was best known for his works such as, The Maple Leaf Rag, and The Entertainer. His work The Maple Leaf... (more »)
The Negative Effects of Media Devices on...
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Are you wondering why you are getting bad marks or why you have no time to socialize or take part in extra-curricular activities? It’s probably because you spend too much time on media devices. Did you know that the average minor spends about... (more »)
What PREP Means to Me
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Most students think that summer school is boring, lame, and maybe the most evil and diabolical thing man has ever created. It’s like a torture device, sticking its metal poles into your brain for eight hours a day. Kids would like to stay at... (more »)
Starting a Club at Your High School
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Starting a club at your local high school should not be any of the follow: a free leadership position, to brag about how you started a club, or simply to look good on your college resume. When you actually have that impetus to start something at... (more »)
“As a student of humanities”
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Only an arts and humanities student can be familiar with the hostility with which they are treated in the city of Kota. Kota, as a landmark for IIT and AIPMT/AIIMS coaching institutes, is primarily a city of science aspirants. Arts to them, is a... (more »)
owl environmental
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Introduction: • An owl pellet is a regurgitated material, which consists of indigestible items such as feathers and fur, which form the pellet. Like many birds, an owl eats their food whole, due to this fact they can’t chew their food. In... (more »)
Moby-Dick by Herman Melville
Ahab — The Misunderstood Captain “If a warrior is to succeed at anything, the success must come gently, with a great deal of effort, but with no stress or obsession” (Carloss Castaneda). Individual passion for a worthwhile goal is usually... (more »)
The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell
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General Zaroff Literary Analysis Richard Cornell’s short story, “The Most Dangerous Game” features General Zaroff, the antagonist. He is a man whom is cunning, intelligent, and has an attractive personality in which lures each unknowing... (more »)
Tabby Cats
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The exact history of the tabby is unknown. The tabby pattern is believed to be the original basic cat pattern, and the closest to their distant ancestors. Also, since the tabby pattern is a common wild type, it might be assumed that medieval cats... (more »)
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"12 Angry Men" and the Shortcomings...
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After working on television productions from 1950 to ’54, Sidney Lumet made his big screen directorial debut with the 1957 film 12 Angry Men. This motion picture catapulted him into Hollywood’s limelight, turning him into a critical and... (more »)
Cold Mountain: Ada and Inman's Journeys...
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Charles Frazier’s 1997 novel Cold Mountain eloquently describes the odyssey of a Confederate deserter named Inman towards the end of the American Civil War. He has grown weary of the atrocities of the war and yearns to return to his home of Cold... (more »)
Child Labour This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
When using goods, the majority of people don’t consider where they came from or who produced them. Many are unaware that some of these products are actually made by children, who have been overworked, underpaid, and kept out of school. This is... (more »)
The Weekend: A Bad Time to Get Sick
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Imagine if you were at the beach for the weekend and you get an asthma attack. Your parents rush you to the emergency room. But, did you know that your mortality rate has shot up 27% for going to the hospital on a weekend. This is called the... (more »)
Uncontrolled Distractions This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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In a world that is technology dominated, schools have always been the ones falling behind in the race to be “up to date”. Now succumbing to the pressure and demands of students and society, schools have started to introduce technology to... (more »)
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Stem Cell Research
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Stem cell research is the research of cells that may or may not be able to replace or repair damaged cells. There are a lot of reasons why stem cell research is important. Many people believe that stem cell research is wrong because of the way... (more »)
Broadening Your Views on Homosexuality
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One point four billion. According to a recent study done by the USA’s National Bureau of Economic Research, one point four billion people—twenty percent of the Earth’s population—are attracted to the same sex. In other words, gay. Gay... (more »)
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