Category Archive: Composition

Aging is not a Crime

By Ilona Zbroinska Bregisz Is appearance nowadays more important than human value itself? Aging is a natural process that has accompanied people for generations, but recently the uneven fight against wrinkles has been going… Continue reading

Letter from Birmingham Jail: an Evaluation

By Sarah Williams Martin Luther King Jr. was arrested and sent to jail because he and others were protesting the unjust treatment of blacks in Birmingham, Alabama. On April 16, 1963, King wrote… Continue reading

Examining the Emotional Difficulties of the Male Characters in Frank

By Nivea Mendoza An unforgettable night of celebration for the band Soronprfbs turned into a tragic mess when they are left having to grieve from the loss of their manager. Just moments before,… Continue reading

Get Out – A Satirical Horror Masterpiece

By Jordan Jackson The seemingly harmless stirring of a teacup held a fate that one wouldn’t even imagine. Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) sits in his girlfriend’s parents’ house searching for memories of the day… Continue reading

Profile of a High School Social Worker

By Cynthia Caraballo Gary Cesca, a social worker for Manchester High School, is always presented with different types of issues to face, whether with students or other colleagues. My first session with him… Continue reading

Light vs. Dark: “The Resurrection” by Anthony Vandyke

By Kirk Ahenkorah The resurrection of Christ is a central doctrine in Christianity. It is believed that after the painful and gruesome crucifixion of Jesus Christ, he was buried in a cave behind… Continue reading

Should We Be Following Other Countries in the Proper Disposal of Nuclear Waste?

By Stella Rivera There is a big problem in the world today that many of us might not realize and that is nuclear waste. It is one of the most dangerous pollutants, and… Continue reading

Vaccination: Choice or Responsibility?

By Brett Rinehart People of all walks of life share different views on a variety of topics and as a good rule of polite small talk certain subjects are considered taboo. They are… Continue reading

Voting Rights for Felons

By Evelin Diaz The right to vote is everyone’s constitutional right. However, there are four states that permanently ban a person with a felony or a previous conviction of this right. I believe… Continue reading

Flight 1549

By Jenellie Ricketts 155 was what Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger repeated like a broken record, his heart pounded in his chest. 155, the number of passengers on board flight 1549. On January 15, 2009… Continue reading