Dr. Karen Erickson Honors Symposium October 13, 2006
1984: A Political Warning
Fascism, totalitarianism, and communism are considered appalling ideas when it comes to government today. They remind one of past governments ruled over by controlling a
Honors Symposium Dr. Karen Erickson 3/26/07 Head or Heart?
There is a common question that arises when debating on what one should do in a particular situation, "Which should you trust more, your head or your heart?" It is assumed that you should li
Honors Symposium Dr. Karen Erickson 1/25/2007
Success and Fear
Fear is a common human emotion. Everyone experiences it, whether it is a phobia such as fear of snakes or heights, or a fear of what is unknown and unfamiliar. Fear is part of human nat
Honors Symposium Dr. Karen Erickson 4/30/2007
The Secret Life of Bees: Book Review
This book is about Lily Owens, a fourteen-year-old white girl living on a peach farm in South Carolina in 1964 during the middle of the Civil Rights era. She lives w
When I was merely eight, I slipped and fell on some ice. I still remember it to date, The sight wasn't very nice.
I fell and hit my head, Then I looked at the ground in shock. The ice was bloody red, I wished I'd never jumped off that rock.
I now h
Dr. Karen Erickson Honors Symposium 10/18/2006 What is Plagiarism?
Plagiarism: it appears to be a straight-forward concept. If one takes another person's writing or idea, he/she is plagiarizing, right? Not necessarily. According to the Merriam-Webst
Is Identity Lost due to Alzheimer's Disease?
Honors Symposium Karen Erickson April 4, 2007
Alzheimer's Disease Is Identity Lost due to Alzheimer's Disease?
Identity is what defines a person. According to the American Her
Dr. Karen Erickson Honors Symposium 12/6/06
False Memory in "Traveler Without Luggage" My 4th birthday party was at McDonalds. I was wearing my black dress that had pink flowers on it and I ate chicken nuggets. I thought that this was a memory of mi