Political Bias in School New Genre

https://sites.google.com/lcps.org/political-bias-in-schools/home?authuser=1 I sent my google site to the person I interviewed, Ryan Irwin, because I felt that it was important to show both sides of the debate over school politics to those that can impact it most. I decided to use a google site for this task because I believe that it provides the easiest Read More…

Goodbye

I often struggle to finish ideas or creations that I’ve started working on. I think it has something to do with my perfectionist tastes and grandiose ideas of my plans, but in the end it doesn’t matter; it still happens. The blogs have often been one of those things I haven’t been able to finish. Read More…

Dear College Board

While it is true that I don’t hate the individual people that work at the place, I do resent the classes which are created thanks to their guidelines. Their tests create a perversion within the school system. No longer are classes supposed to be merely for educational benefit; today we have classes which teach you Read More…

Today Is Fine

It comes as no surprise that we see the society we live in seemingly fall into insanity: we’ve all convinced ourselves that we live horrible and monotonous lives. What we don’t realize, however, is that all of the glib media headlines and fear mongers have one inherent thing in common: they’re wrong. The world today, Read More…

The Struggle of Academic Reading

When doing anything over a long period of time, you tend to notice continuities within that particular thing. I’ve noticed it the most in reading, particularly those of the political or scientific genre. To my disappointment, however, most if not all of these continuities are negative and represent a broader problem within academic writings: authors Read More…

Your College Isn’t a Selfie Response

[In response to the “Your College Isn’t a Selfie” essay] The one portion of this essay which I disagree with is the blaming of social media for part of the world’s ills. Social media does not itself create the end product we have today (disregarding the fact that life today is infinitely better than many Read More…

Organic Object

The flaking layers of the onion look weird, like its decaying, which it probably is. Overall it provides the look of a poisoned apple not dissimilar to what was given to Snow white. Except of course that an onion won’t kill you. In fact, it’s used in a plurality of cooking recipes. Funny thing that. Read More…