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A Flock of Feminists: “The Story of an Hour”

November 17, 2020

  Following the Civil War and the emancipation of slaves, American women were inspired to advocate for their own personal freedoms. Women’s organizations were founded to promote suffrage, employment opportunities, and property rights for women. However, others still argued that … Read more

The Maturity of Utilitarianism

November 16, 2020

The Maturity of Utilitarianism The Egg by Andy Weir is a short story presenting a vision of the afterlife through a second-person perspective. The main character has a conversation with God in a blank void and comes to realize that … Read more

Week 14: The Ending of a Chapter

November 12, 2020

By: Mary Catherine Ellington At the beginning of this week, tensions remained high in the wake of the 2020 Presidential Election and our future final semester exams. The highly anticipated election was over, but the results still seemed to be … Read more

Week 13: We Made Our Voices Heard!

November 9, 2020

At the beginning of this week, tensions were high as the election drew closer. The excitement of Halloween had passed from the weekend and anticipation of the election had set in. Tuesday was election day and for many of us … Read more

Week 10: Home Stretch of the Semester

October 19, 2020

Week 10 of ENGL 105 was very busy and productive week as we wrapped up our Unit 2 projects. Outside of class, I think this week was a very routine week which is nice as we embark into the so … Read more

New Versus Old: Investigation on Customers of Two Drink Stores

October 14, 2020

URL for Presentation: Preface: The younger generation in today’s China is heavily impacted by the rising cultural phenomenon of drinking made-to-order tea. My friends and I are no exception to its vast influence: when hanging out, we would order … Read more

Small Town Social

October 14, 2020

PREFACE Retail spaces and parking lots serve for more uses than shopping; parking lots are a space for people to linger after shopping or use the area for sitting in their car without being accused of loitering. It is very … Read more

The Authentic Diner Comeback

October 14, 2020

Preface People may initially come to authentic diners for a variety of reasons – novelty, reviews, recommendations – but the majority of business for most restaurants is repeat business. I’ve been to Gypsy’s about 10 times, returning for celebrations, proximity, … Read more

The Appeal of Rea Farms Park

October 14, 2020

  Preface: Living in the Charlotte area, I have the opportunity to drive past many places that can serve as entertainment. These places include restaurants, sporting areas, shopping centers, and parks. My friends and I always try to find new … Read more