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Turning Points

November 16, 2020

Kate Chopin’s “The Story of an Hour” describes a woman trapped in her marriage until she is suddenly given the news of her husband’s untimely death. Written in 1894, this story is an expression of the contemporary feminist movements, as … Continued

Student Behavior at Davis Library

October 14, 2020

    Preface:             As a freshman student at UNC, I thought it would be interesting to study my fellow students  as they engage in their study habits. I was interested to learn how students study and how they interacted with … Continued

Week 9: A Busy Week in English 105

October 11, 2020

With the ninth week of the semester coming to a close, it’s starting to seem , for me at least, like we are getting close to the end of our semester. We had a typical week of bipolar North Carolina … Continued

Where is the Information Gap on Coronavirus in our Nation?

September 16, 2020

With Coronavirus sweeping our nation, it would be in the public’s best interest to have everyone informed of its dangers and the best ways to slow the spread. However, a recent Harvard University research study suggests that disparities exist in … Continued