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Occupations of Women in Historical Literature

“Women’s literature,” though a controversial epithet, nevertheless tends to deal chiefly with the status of women when compared to...

Dec 29 · 5 min read >

It’s Time to Tear Down These Walls

To be vulnerable is to be able to be completely, fearlessly honest and to open your heart up to...

Dec 29 · 10 min read >

Annotated Bibliography: Cloning

I chose the topic of cloning because I believe it’s something that could be of great advantage in the...

Dec 29 · 13 min read >

The Parenting War: Science vs. Instinct

In this scientific age, new findings emerge daily on every topic from technology to psychology. Simply signing into Facebook or...

Dec 29 · 8 min read >

Strangers Passing By

Strangers walk past us Different shapes and sizes Who are they truly?

Dec 15 · 2 sec read >

College Athletes

NCAA Payday According to revenue data, the NCAA made $871.6 million in 2012 (Revenue). Collegiate sports are one of...

Dec 15 · 5 min read >

Just A Woman

Fourth Wave Feminism Applied in a First Wave World             All women know the feeling of being treated differently...

Dec 8 · 5 min read >

Winter Morning

I woke up with my nose as red as a cherry tomato, and the rest of my body was...

Dec 8 · 2 min read >

Is Virtual Community Real Community?

Can a virtual community be considered a real community?  Nina Tamaro, of the Huffington Post, sums up the meaning...

Dec 8 · 7 min read >

Skills Over School

In today’s society no matter what background a person comes from they are encouraged to go to college and...

Dec 5 · 10 min read >