The most frequently asked questions regarding Financial Aid by college students and parents.
Exploring the relevance of the story "Utopia" in the modern day.
An academic look at one of the character's of The Secret Agent by Joseph Conrad
"The Secret Sharer" by Joseph Conrad is an existential mire upon first reading it, but the second time through might provide some clarity
A review of the premiere season of the CW's comic book based series "Arrow".
Language is a funny thing, and I am by no means any sort of expert, but I wanted to share my revelation of the birth of language.
With the list of remakes of television shows growing everyday, I decided to voice my opinion over what seems to me to be an inability to find a new story to tell.
Rides Operations Answers to Frequently Asked Question for Six Flags
How the Affordable Care Act affects access to contraception, and the arguments standing in the way.
Plato's "The Republic" : Allegory of the Cave and "The Matrix", a philosophical comparison.
An introduction to the current series of Doctor Who, starring Christopher Eccleston, Billie Piper, David Tennant, Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, and Arthur Darvil.
Right now, I find myself in the dark, drowning in an attempt to stay afloat with no sight of help on the horizon. I’m waiting on things that can help me, but they continue to lie out of reach, and I’m on the verge of being out on the street. ...
Motivation for everyone to be POWERFUL BEYOND MEASURE.
A review of the movie "The Avengers".
This is just a little helpful guide, based on recent personal experience.
Review of the movie "Act of Valor."
This is the third College English essay of the semester.
This is a response paper to a prompt in class for my college English course. It's the last response paper of the semester.
In the film “Persepolis”, there is much humor to be found. The humor found in the movie is dark, a gallows humor, probably developed as a coping mechanism in order to be able to retain some semblance of sanity when faced with reconciling the...
This was the first in the series of poems I've written dedicated to my favorite television shows.
This is my reading response to the first part of "Reading Lolita in Tehran" by Azar Nafisi for my college English course.
This is the second essay for my college English course.
This the reading response to an essay by chicana artist Gloria Anzaldua.
This is the final draft of the first major essay for my Academic English, based off of Kafka's "Metamorphosis", using "Buffy the Vampire" as an artifact.
This was the reading response to part 1 of Nella Larson's book "Passing", set in the Great Depression era of the United states.
This is a response paper that I wrote for my English course, when we were covering Kafka's "Metamorphosis". We had to find an adaptation on YouTube, and write about it.
Poetic breakdown of HP Book 3. This was finished recently. I've been stalled on my writing lately.
This is a poetic narrative of the Second Harry Potter book. Hopefully I'll get around to doing the whole series, muses permitting.
This is my final paper that I wrote for my Non-Western Politics class.
Yet another tv show poem blurb that I wrote back in the day.
This is one of a few poems that started out as bored blurbs during class back when I was in high school.
I originally wrote this as part of a theme challenge online. I didn't get far in to the challenge list, but I did enjoy writing the poem.
Do you want to be Legendary?
This is one of a handful of poems that when I got bored in class, I jotted down in my assignment book. I'll try to post the other ones in a timely fashion.
I wasn't always the best soldier, and as part of my punishment, sometimes I got stuck writing essays for my squad leader. Now I love to write, but this wasn't something I wanted to write originally.