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Puzzle without a Picture

April 23, 2020

“The Purloined Letter” by Edgar Allan Poe. Look at this puzzle piece. It contains so many intricate details but no context as to what the bigger picture may be. Without a reference picture one would not be able to determine … Continued

Tight knit communities fail to unravel

March 23, 2020

Preface: I thought I had a basic understanding of Jewish culture because I had grown up learning about Biblical Jews in Sunday school, but as I interacted with my Jewish friends on campus, I realized I knew very little about … Continued

Week 7 Reflections

February 24, 2020

Finally, after the hustle and bustle of the first unit assignment, you all can finally take a breath…did you enjoy that breath? Good, because now it’s time to dive straight into the second unit assignment: social sciences. After a rapid … Continued

While phones grow thinner, you grow fatter

February 12, 2020

Laptops, cell phones, tablets, and televisions are all growing thinner, but they may be causing adolescents to grow fatter. Child obesity rates are on the rise, and many precautions have been taken to combat it, such as elementary schools banning … Continued