Thus far, I have successfully strung together a series of ideas and works in which I believe will allow my notable to truly shine through as the remarkable man he was, and the interesting life he lived. Although it is nearing the end of the project, I have come across some major breakthroughs via studying […]

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As eminent comes round once more, another notable figure must be chosen, and after some hard thought and time, I have settled on Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin, or Charlie Chaplin as he is more commonly known. What led me to making my final selection was a series of influences, the main one being the field […]

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  Effort can get you almost anywhere that you would like to go, and accomplish nearly anything you want to do. As important as it is to have engineers in the world, Climate change is a very real thing that needs to be addressed, so whatever your profession or talents, put it towards solving the […]

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Exposition: -Looks back from Oscars chair -Problems with mother, having to leave her at the asylum. -Has to provide for himself   Early buildup: -Gets a minor show -has to take on multiple jobs to support himself afterward Late buildup: -Secures a job after performing and catching a directors eye -job offers 150$ a week Climax: […]

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“Harrison Bergeron” and “2081” are two very similar stories with minute differences that alter the emotion and purpose of Harrison’s actions, and my personal preference would be the film’s telling. In the short story, everybody is handicapped down to the perceived norm. People still have the traits that make them unique and special, but they […]

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I think that the thesis of David Suzuki’s “Racism” is that racism has worked it’s way into society, becoming a normality, but we should realize that these words still hold weight, and treat them very sensitively. In this short letter, we get to view a horrible truth through the eyes of somebody directly affected by […]

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  In Chamimanda Ngozi Adichie’s “The Danger of a Single Story”, she brought up the idea that every body is subject to and perpetuates a “Single Story” about one another. Throughout our discussions of the TED talk, we applied this principle to our own lives as well as current events. An example brought up was […]

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Should you see somebody digging through your garden, there is little chance that you would give them the benefit of the doubt. This brings along my observation of Emil, a book by Stuart McLean. What I observed was that everybody has rights, and is should be treated as though they are just as good, if not better […]

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Celia, the main character of The Night Circus, has a fairly static character persona, and is relatively flat. She shows a sense of cowardice, mixed with the stereotypical characteristic of ‘hidden power’. This character show independence once her father passes, and develops the only change in the first third of the book, the ability to […]

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Prompt: The puppy was a terror I arrived home an took off my shoes, standing near the closet. A minuscule high pitched sound could be heard emanating from the corridor to my left. I hesitantly leaned over to find a hallway masqueraded as a pig sty. The walls were now a mix of mud and […]

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