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A Beautiful Fragile Imperfection

November 16, 2020

Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote “The Birthmark” in 1843; shortly before composing, he married his fiancé Sophia Peabody. His marriage and Puritan background influence the writing of his short story. During the 1800s, Nathaniel Hawthorne’s writings exhibit the expectation to conceal and … Continued

Social Implications for Refugees in North Carolina

October 14, 2020

I. Preface Growing up, I spent most of my summers traveling to different countries to share the gospel of Jesus Christ. My drives to school never ceased to remind me of this passion due to an apartment complex nestled in … Continued

Week 7-First Week of Fall

September 28, 2020

Everyone seems to be doing well during this autumn, September week. Fall is one of my favorite seasons because the leaves become so beautiful, it is the perfect temperature, and pumpkin spice everything. Some have been playing tennis, some celebrating … Continued

Saliva Test for COVID-19

September 15, 2020

Since March 11, 2020, the start of the current pandemic, there have been more than twenty-seven million cases of COVID-19 in the world and almost 900,000 deaths. More than six million of these cases have been in the United States … Continued