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Understanding the complexity of love

April 24, 2020

  Understanding the complexity of love Transcript: If you were asked to define love What would you say? It’s a bit tricky to answer right? The word love is often heard throughout everyday life. It’s used by couples, families, and … Read more

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 … Read more

Devil In Disguise

April 24, 2020

  Video Script: “Where are You Going, Where Have You Been” is a short story by Joyce Carol Oates about a young girl Connie who is plagued with vanity and selfishness.  One night this young teen meets a mysterious new … Read more

Essence and Existence in “The Wall”

April 24, 2020

Transcript: The story is set in the midst of the Spanish Civil War. Pablo Ibbieta is a revolutionary who is caught and sentenced to death. While he awaits his demise in prison, he contemplates his own death and struggles to … Read more

Week 16 Reflections

April 23, 2020

What a crazy semester it’s been! From the bleak confines of Greenlaw 103 at 8am to the even more depressing quarantine in our homes, Engl105 at first glance would not have seemed like a thrilling class. However, while these aspects … Read more

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 … Read more

COVID-19 Reflection

April 22, 2020

What are you doing to cope with the pandemic?   Living in social isolation has been a huge adjustment for most everyone adhering to it, myself included. I went from living on campus and seeing people every day to seeing … Read more