America: The Path to Freedom?
The House and the Senate of America have attempted to come to terms with conflicting opinions on the subject of illegal immigration. A bill, dictating the need for a seven hundred mile wall to ,secure bo
Lizzie Murdter Rumsfeld conjures the illusion of rising water, steadily rising above our faces until it is too late to do anything. As Americans we could be ignoring a very real and "relentless" threat to our nation and "other free people." This terr
Lizzie Murdter Academic Writing 104
In their tales, the Brothers Grimm frequently focus on a disadvantaged character. The victims utilized in the Brothers Grimm tale, "Cinderella" and Ursula Le Guins "The Ones who walk Away from Omelas"
Lizzie Murdter English 105 Mina Brunyate
The Ancient land of Mesopotamia
The Fertile Crescent is described as a region between two rivers with the western part being the Syrian coast of the Mediterranean connecting the area to Egypt. At the Nort
April 27, 2014
The Call for a New Olympics
In his article Faster, Higher, Stronger, No Longer, Buzz Bissinger argues that Baron
Pierre de Coubertins vision for the Olympics have not been realized. Bissinger
Shannon Sanders, Jr.
Qualifying as an Olympian is an extremely difficult feat for anyone to accomplish and is
regarded as a very prestigious title. To qualify as a Paralympian is an even tougher challenge. For
April 12, 2014
The Fight Against Doping
In the ancient Olympics, participating athletes regularly used performance enhancing
potions in order to help them increase their chances of winning (Lovgren). As scie