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Drunk Driving
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A life is too precious to be taken away by a drunk driver, so why not take this seriously. Drunk driving isn’t cool, but we shouldn’t make the limit of alcohol consumption that low. The person who weighs 100 pounds can consumes 12oz... (more »)
The Teaching Game - America's...
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The ink-filled pages rustled with the trees and the wind as a young teacher, Charles Pryor pored over the paper with his notebook and ink-stained fingers. It was May of 1954 and the Brown vs. Board of Education case was drawing to a close.... (more »)
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Working Dogs For Conservation
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    How Can Dogs Help With Local Conservation? A cargo ship sails from eastern Asia and arrives in America. The wood packing material the ship carried is infested with a beetle called the Emerald Ash Borer, or EAB.... (more »)
The Debate on Cochlear Implants
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What if a child, deaf from birth and with seemingly no hope of repairing the damage, could suddenly hear her mother’s voice? Cochlear implants may be controversial among the deaf community, and they are ultimately a decision a family must... (more »)
Song Analysis
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Nicholas Michael Furlong, Michael Clifford, Luke Hemmings and John William Feldmann wrote the song “Social Casualty ” sung by 5 Seconds of Summer. This song was from their album 5 Seconds of Summer on the deluxe edition. The band... (more »)
Empathy: Harriet Beecher Stowe's Vital...
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When an author makes her work personal, it substantially enhances the audience’s response. In the novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe, the author effectively exploits the use of empathy, in order to draw attention to... (more »)
LA Times Blowback
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The Los Angeles Times has covered multiple follow up stories to the release of Blackfish. Hugo Martin explains the increased numbers in views of Orca shows since the documentary was released. This increase is about 5.6% across all theme parks... (more »)
Two Histories Analyzed
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The Killer Angels, by Michael Shaara, reminded me of the stories I heard about the Korean War. The political conflicts split up the nation in two. Both the Civil War and the Korean War led to the separation of numerous families and friends -... (more »)
Art’s Function: Soup Cans, Trap Music, and... This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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When we look at the systemic art movements of the last 400 or so years, the function and form of art as we know it have undergone numerous changes, and multiple defining and redefining periods. From the Renaissance (1300-1602) and its symbolism... (more »)
My Letter to the Literary Canon
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Dear Literary Canon Board of Directors, I am writing this letter because I believe the Harry Potter series should be included in the literary canon. Its an amazing series and is one of the biggest sellers. Please consider this letter.... (more »)
The Regionalists
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One’s actions under substantial stress reveals his true identity. If one possesses courage, he will perform heroic deeds. Conversely, if one possesses cowardice, he will timidly withdraw from the adverse situation. In The Red Badge of... (more »)
Where We Came From
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Where We Came From The idea of evolution vs. creationism is a major world conflict that has been around since the 1800s, and is a problem that still exists today. Will Charles Darwin’s ideas ever have peace? The world may never know.  ... (more »)
Mutually Beneficial
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People often argue that aquariums no longer hold the same value as they did a few decades ago. However, I feel that they are a necessity because they are able to display animals that otherwise would never be seen by the common person. Unless you... (more »)
Rehabilitation for Orcas
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Orcas are the center of marine parks. Families from all around the world visit marine parks in awe of what the amazing orcas are trained to do. Marine parks have painted a picture in the heads of families, especially children, to believe that... (more »)
The Beast
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Are we all safe from natural disasters? Fortunately we’re not all safe from natural disasters. A natural disaster is nature killing thousands of people. Tornadoes are violent natural disasters that are caused by warm, moist air and cool, dry... (more »)
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Do you ever think about your feelings and how you care about others? Do you ever feel – almost heartless – as if you don’t care about anyone but yourself? The reason for this is how our human mind is. Of course, we would be grieving if a... (more »)
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