A college education does not necessarily give graduates an upper hand in the job market anymore. This issue needs to be addressed by President Obama because this situation may cause a decrease in the number of people pursuing a college degree.
As the United States cracks down on the recent tragedies at the hand of a gunman, the White House has cultivated a list of how to keep America safe from gun violence. This article states my opinion on said list.
On July 15, 2011, the Harry Potter series came to an end with the release of the final film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2. A year later, I look back on the memories of my Harry Potter experience.
I am a college student working my way through college and trying to find better paying jobs, and my work experience is limited, but with high young American unemployment, how will I find a job once I graduate?
A review of the May 5, 2012 game between the Los Angeles Galaxy and the New York Red Bulls, and the announcements of the upcoming games for the Los Angeles Galaxy against the Tottenham Hotspurs and Real Madrid.
As an assignment in my college Fundamentals of Speech course, I had to write and give a speech where I give out a fictional award called the Who I Am Makes A Difference award. I had to choose a person in my life that has made a different in my life.
On July 16th, the Los Angeles Galaxy played against Real Madrid in Los Angeles, California for the second year in a row. Almost the exact same results came about, and European soccer proved to be superior once again.
Buffalo Lanes and AMF South Hills are two great bowling alleys in Cary, North Carolina, but both for two different reasons. One is very family oriented, while the other is very adult-oriented. In this review, I explain and talk about both bowling alleys.
Abortion is a touchy and controversial subject, upon which I wish to state my opinion. I take ideas from both pro-choice and pro-life, but I affiliate with neither, nor do I support one over the other.
A general article about the Civil Rights Movement beginning right after the Civil War and ending in 1968, that focuses on the Supreme Court cases - Plessy v. Ferguson and Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka.