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“Eve’s Diary”: An Exploration of Love

April 24, 2020

    “Eve’s Diary,” written by Mark Twain, is a first-person narrative of Eve, the first woman according to Judeo-Christian belief. Through her innocence and curiosity, she learns about the world around her. Eve’s introspective diary entries give an intimate … Read more

Week 15 Reflection: A New Frontier

April 18, 2020

When I first began the transition to online coursework, I anticipated the day that it would begin to feel normal. Well, that day has not yet arrived, and considering that LDOC and finals are rapidly approaching I assume this new … Read more

Activism over Ideology: An Ethnography of the UNControllables

March 23, 2020

    1. Preface Radical political ideologies have something to teach us about the issues in our society. Through an analysis of radical viewpoints, one can make more informed political decisions. The UNControllables are a radical left-leaning political group on … Read more