Paper Fidel Castro liberates Cuba

Paper Fidel Castro liberates Cuba

The Cuban Revolution in plain English by Josh & Emily In a political revolution such as this one, the primary focus is on the the individual desire of a being and their willingness to change society. For example, Fidel Castro Ruz was born into a wealthy family but oversaw the suffering of others who were living in poverty and helpless against the corrupt government under Fulgencio Batista. He knew that there was something humanly incorrect and had the audacity to…

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Was it only Frenemies, Homework, and Legos?

Was it only Frenemies, Homework, and Legos?

“Google It” is a book by Anna Crowley Redding that presents the history of the technology company “Google” in a chronological manner. It covers details from the very start of the journey, (1995) to near present day (2017) and introduces a variety of features that Google has developed. The story takes place in America where undergraduates Larry Page and Sergey Brin are working on a project at Stanford University when they come across the idea of organizing the entire world-wide-web…

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Am I a Renaissance Humanist?

Am I a Renaissance Humanist?

Humanism was a leading philosophy present in the renaissance era and reflects the perspective of some major thinkers within the time period. Beliefs within Humanism consists of Idealism, Secularism, Individualsim by Joochyosh

The Consequences of Time Travel.

The Consequences of Time Travel.

Paragraph 1:(Introduction) Have you ever wondered if it was even possible to change time itself? Well, in the short story called “A Sound of Thunder” by Ray Bradbury , the past and future can be changed by time traveling to the past and making changes that shouldn’t be made. The topic is a very unrealistic concept and is a conflict much larger than just Man vs Nature. In the story, the whole space-time continuum is being reverted unnaturally. The main protagonist,…

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Circuits and Me #1-JOSH

Circuits and Me #1-JOSH

Course Reflection: Throughout this course I was introduced to the sciences behind a fully functional circuit. Although I was taught how to make a working circuit a long time ago, learning how it actually works made the experience way more interesting. I also learned some simple techniques that could accommodate for the countless mechanical failures that occur while building circuits. Learning things that prevent failure is fun. A challenge that I’ve overcome was making electricity flow through multiple LEDs effectively….

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Accepting Inner Culture: (Found Poem representing Conflict)

Accepting Inner Culture: (Found Poem representing Conflict)

Explanation to my Found Poem: This found poem represents the conflict in the short story “Fish Cheeks” by the Chinese-American author Amy Tan. Throughout the story, the conflict lies in where the main character/Amy herself, faces challenges with accepting her family’s culture and traditions.  She fights against herself (internal conflict) about the culture she should embrace and what she should do about fitting in with her classmates and friends who are not Chinese. She is embarrassed about the Chinese culture…

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