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A “Soldier’s Home” Video Essay

April 24, 2020

Transcript: War has lasting effects on both the people and cities it raids through. It is a simple word that is associated with extensive disruption. Harold Krebs, a soldier during World War I, experiences this first hand. Ernest Hemingway, in … Continued

How News Impacts the Students

March 23, 2020

  Preface: The Daily Tar Heel is a student-run newspaper that is independent of the University. Their focus is on campus events, sports, art, culture, and politics. Their office building is not located on campus, but close by on Franklin … Continued

The Effects of Concussions on Collegiate Athletes

February 12, 2020

Injuries happen to millions of people every day; however, some can be worse than others. Concussions are serious head injuries that can affect the body in numerous ways. Some known symptoms include significant headaches, confusion, dizziness, vomiting, and in some … Continued

First Week Overview

January 13, 2020

Our first class was very stereotypical: the usual syllabus review and introduction of classmates. Mr. Blom also discussed the course overview and expectations for the upcoming semester. Attendance is very important. Since we only have this class twice a week … Continued