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What Is a Character?
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I sit in my plastic train seat, plugged into my earbuds and another world. My eyes are trained on an unoriginally drab advertisement plastered along the subway car’s inside, but in my peripheral vision I am actually taking mental notes on... (more »)
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College Is Not One Size Fits All
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We all aware of the common ideology of college being the only road to a life worth any meaning. Nowadays it seems many employers will scratch your name off the list at the simple mention of the absence of a college degree. How  has the... (more »)
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Literary Analysis of Iliad
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Portrayal of Stereotypes Through Settings I. Introduction In Homer's epic poem, Iliad, the Greeks and the Trojans enter their ninth year of the Trojan War, which was started by Paris stealing Helen from Menelaus, the Greek king... (more »)
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Honeybee Extinction
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Bumblebees and Honeybees are two major species of bees that affect our ecosystem and environment. Not many people notice them, but without them, the world would be different. Bees are one of the most influential organisms on human life and the... (more »)
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Bye, Buzzing Bees
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As a child, I used to visit my family’s bee farm. There was no greater joy than tasting the fresh, sweet honey dripping from an apiary. Many pleasant memories were made on that farm as I watched the hardworking bees pollinate the... (more »)
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Is Moderate Republicanism Gone? This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Political scientists of the 1970s were concerned with the declining importance of parties within the system of the United States. Denis Brogan described the two major parties as ‘two bottles with different labels, both empty.’ The debate... (more »)
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The Team
By , Amery, WI
It was my second year of Destination Imagination in 2012 and our team challenge was Wind Visible.  This challenge made our team think of ways to have wind be part of our skit.  The seven of us got together for days thinking of ways... (more »)
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Was the Sahara Evergreen?
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[Now, the very name Sahara makes one think of the hot, humid climate and one dying of thirst. But very few know that the Sahara was once a beautiful, fertile land where lush greenery surrounded everywhere and rainfall was a common feature. Many... (more »)
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The Negative Outcomes of Zoos
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Since 1828 when the first zoo opened, animals have been held in captivity and given limited rights. In zoos animals are confined in closed spaces, have little privacy, and have few opportunities for physical exercise or mental stimulation.... (more »)
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Fast Food Argumentative Essay
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Everyone should think twice before deciding to eat fast food. There are many health risks when it comes to eating food that’s made within a matter of seconds. The food is not properly taken care of, which leads all the way back to where the food... (more »)
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The Positive and Negative Effects of Marijuana
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Marijuana is a very controversial issue with a lot of information being spread around, both for and against it. The subject of marijuana affects everyone whether they know it or not due to the millions of tax dollars that have been fruitlessly... (more »)
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Lord of the Flies and WW2
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William Golding’s child psychopaths vying for power and control in the book Lord of the Flies are not as bizarre as they seem if the book’s publishing date is taken into account. 1954 was nine years after the end of World War Two, a war in... (more »)
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An Essay on Magic
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~Magic~ Magic is something that everyone has heard of, yet not everyone believes it exists. Magic is everywhere; It may disguise itself in all sorts of different ways, like in the presence of a book series that becomes a phenomenon, or a... (more »)
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Scientific and Technological Advancements in...
By , York, PA
Many significant electronic and computer inventions that continue to play a vital role in society today date back to the 1970s. The American public was greatly impacted in various ways due to the affordability, efficiency, and novelty of these... (more »)
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Kuru and it's Effects on the Fore People...
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The practice of cannibalism has been sprinkled throughout histories across the globe, but rarely is so obvious a consequence seen as in the case of Kuru. Kuru is a neurological disease, specifically a spongiform encephalopathy, borne of... (more »)
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The Odyssey Essay
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Homer’s The Odyssey reflects many Ancient Greek values through poetic devices and dialogue. In the epic poem, over and over again, Home continues to describe many Ancient Greek values that all people of that time should embody. He also clearly... (more »)
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