The Image Of African American In "Dear Martin" By Nic Stone

“Dear Martin” is a first-person perspective about what it means to be a young African American in today’s era. Specifically, Stone explores topics such as microaggression as we watch Justyce’s classmates make racial jokes and accuse him of being “too sensitive”; white privilege, systemic racism, and white fragility all while racial profiling and the need … Read more

The place of subcultures in the fashion world

Bobby Hundreds, the founding father of The Hundreds, declared that “streetwear is a culture, not just a product.” A subculture is a group that often has beliefs or interests that varies with those of the larger culture usually involving recognizable fashion and music tastes. Many subcultures also despise and reject the mainstream and commercialization of … Read more

Tyrus Raymond Cobb or an American Hero

An American Hero is someone who puts others before themselves and does good deeds throughout his or hers home life and community. Also someone who has a positive impact on on a person or a group of individuals. Someone to look up to and follow in their footsteps. Tyrus Raymond Cobb or Ty Cobb was … Read more

Peter Kurten’s Biography

Peter Kurten was born in May 26,1883.During Peter Kurten childhood was beaten up by his father everyday in front of his brothers and mother. Peter Kurten’s dad was a alcoholic, which was the reasoning for leading him to beat up Peter and his mother. Peter claims that his life was ruined by sexual violence at … Read more

Yamamoto Isoroku’ biography

Yamamoto Isoroku was a Marshal Admiral of the Japanese Navy during World War II, as well as the commander-in-chief of the Combined Fleet. He was born on April 4, 1884, in Nagaoka, Japan. He was the source of the surprise attack on U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Yamamoto Isoroku, original … Read more

Distinguishing Skepticism, Stoicism, And Cynicism

The Hellenistic Period lasted from 323-31 BC/BCE. Many schools of thought arose, including Sophism, Platonism, Neoplatonism, and Pythagoreanism. The three areas of philosophy in the Hellenistic world that I found easiest to summarize are Cynicism, Skepticism, and Stoicism. For Cynics, the purpose of life is to live in harmony with nature. Ancient Cynics like Antisthenes … Read more

Analysis Of The Covers Of The Book Pride And Prejudice By Jane Austen

Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice continues to be a well-loved classic in any readers’ bookcase. The anxieties of marriage, distinctions in social status, significances of reputation, unreasonable expectations of women and inconveniences of too much pride and prejudice are some of the themes presented in the novel. Among the various characters introduced, Elizabeth Bennet is … Read more


Road bicycle racing is the cycle sport discipline of road cycling, held on paved roads. The two most common competition formats are mass start events, where riders start simultaneously and race to set a finish point. Stage races or “tours” take multiple days. and consist of several mass-start or time -trial stages ridden consecutively. Professional … Read more

The Theme of Finding Meaning Through Adversity in Black Boy by Richard Wright and The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck

America: It’s Always Darkest before the Dawn’s Early Light “Anything seemed possible, likely, feasible, because I wanted everything to be possible” (Wright 72). Richard, the protagonist in Richard Wright’s Black Boy, always thinks optimistically. Likewise, an air of faith and hope drives John Steinbeck’s Joad family through their problems on the way to California in … Read more

An Arranged Marriage Issue

Cultural Artifact The film Arranged (2007) illustrates the modern day lives of an Orthodox Jewish woman named Rochel Meshenberg and a Muslim woman named Nasira Khaldi, who, despite their religious differences and what society thinks, become friends while teaching fourth grade in New York. Along with many judgmental and scornful stares by neighbors, children, and … Read more

The Importance of Conformity and Obedience in Every Public Service

Why Conformity and Obedience are important to the Public Services Conformity and Obedience form the basis of every Public Service. Without them the internal discipline and hierarchal system wouldn’t be able to work effectively. These Public Services require their Officers to conform to the role that is expected and to follow orders irrespective of whether … Read more

The Concept of Evil and its Problem in Night

In his first and most famous work, Night, Elie Wiesel relives his experience in the concentration camps of the Nazi regime during World War II. Wiesel, who was born and raised a devout Jew and excelled at Talmudic and spiritual studies, recounts his loss of freedom, innocence, family, and finally faith. One of the accomplishments … Read more

The issue of achieving success in the poem "If" by Rudyard Kipling

Fundamental to personal growth is humanity’s innate need for achievement. As success is subjective, I believe that achievement cannot be defined by a mere number as it is an individual measure of effort. I firmly believe that success can be achieved by reaching set goals and can be maintained with resilience, determination and humility as … Read more

Love and Alcohol in Beginners

In Raymond Carver’s short story “Beginners,” the use of alcohol is the most apparent and important image and helps show the characters’ true feelings about their love life. Through the characters’ consumption of alcohol, we are able to see their eventual confusion and simplification of the meaning of true love. Carver begins the story with … Read more

Evaluation of Socrates’ Definition of Bravery

At the beginning of the Laches, Socrates, Laches, Nicias, Melesias, Lysiamachus are gathered to discuss whether Melesias’ and Lysiamachus’ sons should learn to fight in armor. Socrates argues that Melesias and Lysiamachus are really concerned about “the matter in which virtue might be added to the souls of their sons to make them better” (190b). … Read more

Misty May Treanor Biography

Misty May is a famous beach volleyball player, she has attended many Olympic games for, beach volleyball. Misty May and her teammate Kerri Walsh are considered the greatest beach volleyball team of all time, after they won three straight Olympic medals, in 2004, 2008, and 2012. Misty was born July 30, 1977 in Los Angeles. … Read more

Personal statement Example #2

Born and raised in a village in India with less exposure to medical facilities and education has always attracted my focus to enter healthcare and pursue it as career. The path was never easy for me. Struggles began as a three-year-old kid (when I started school) with my two siblings who used to take a … Read more

Themes of Self-Sabotage Within Hillbilly Elegy

In J.D Vance’s wildly-popular 2016 memoir Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis, Vance recounts his childhood experience of Appalachian poverty and makes a sociological argument against government handouts. Speaking from personal exposure to Appalachian poverty, drug-abuse, and crime, Vance expresses his frustration with what he sees as a culture of … Read more

Hosea Williams” Biography

A child was born on January 15, 1926 to a blind, teenage mother. That child was going to become a man by the name of Hosea Williams, a Civil Rights activist and a politician. William’s mother would die giving birth to a daughter, and said daughter along with Hosea, went to live on their grandparents” … Read more

Impact of lifestyle on health

According to religious, geographical, economic, cultural and political the people are using a way is lifestyle. It is means to the characteristics of people lived in a region in special time. It contains day to day activities and behaviors of people in diet, fun and job. Lifestyle is an important factor of health. Many people … Read more

Simple Facts Of Life

Life is not as hard as we sometimes make it to be. All fingers are not equal and some were born more fortunate than some others. Bearing this in mind, we should learn to cut our coats according to our coat. Social media has got people living a fake life, snapping pictures with borrowed clothes … Read more

How To Attract Women

The attraction between two people has always been seen as an almost mythical and indecipherable fact. We believe that women are complex beings, when in reality it’s not very difficult to understand them, much less to attract them.In order to do so, it’s necessary to follow the most important advice: be yourself. Now, it’s true … Read more

Why Project Management, Importance of career & Career plan

The main reason that motivated me to pursue the Master of Project Management course is the appeal and challenge project managers experience in delivering assignments they undertake in their career. The qualification , indeed, lead to very smart and modern careers for graduates who love challenges , creativity, leaderships and success, as a graduate of … Read more

Analyzing Walter Dean Myers’s Picture of the 145th Street Neighborhood

Response to “Monkey Man” & “Angela’s Eyes” From both “Monkey Man” and “Angela’s Eyes”, Walter Dean Myers portrays the 145th Street neighborhood as a character, with strengths, weaknesses, and values. By telling these stories about 145th Street itself, he manages to describe the neighborhood with humanlike values and characteristics throughout 145th Street. In the stories, … Read more

The Biography of J.J Thompson

J.J. Thomson was born on December 18, 1856, in Cheetham Hill, England, near Manchester. His father was a bookseller who planned for Thomson to be an engineer. When an apprenticeship at an engineering firm couldn’t be found, Thomson was sent to pass his time at Owens College at the age of 14. In 1876, J.J … Read more

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule provides consumers with important privacy rights and protections with respect to their health information, including important controls over how their health information is used and disclosed by health plans and health care providers. At the same time, the Privacy Rule recognizes circumstances arise where health … Read more

A Role Of Dancing In My Life

Five, six, and five, six, seven, eight Since the age of seven, I’ve embraced a multitude of dance styles. My experience began with traditional Russian dancing which advanced to ballroom, ballet, modern, hip-hop, jazz and contemporary. My love for dance traversed the Atlantic Ocean to prosper on two different continents during the most difficult time … Read more

How to be an Open Minded Person

An open minded person is one who’s having the capability of inclination to understand that one’s views, ideas and notion are not the absolute but it’s about maintaining a profound respect for other’s views, ideas and notion as well. There are may be three possible ways to be an open minded namely adjusting perspective, broadening … Read more

Analysis of Julie Orringer’s Book, Note to Sixth-Grade Self

Rise Up The narrator of “Note to Sixth-Grade Self” gains confidence and strength during the course of her story. The narrator is consistently bullied by Patricia and Cara, the popular girls at school. They turn the entire school against the narrator, leaving her to fend and stick up for herself. She is constantly put in … Read more