Child Labor in Myanmar

Across the world, there are children working fifteen hour shifts every day to make only a dollar. They are as young as seven years old, trapped in a system hardly better than slavery. The country of Myanmar is allowing for the abuse of these children’s lives with their child labor laws. No child should be … Read more

Spotlight Effect As A Reason Of Low Self-Esteem

Application Essay #2: Spotlight Effect In society, people are constantly self aware. All they can think about is what others think about them. This thought process can be self-destructive as one becomes so self-conscious that they invent themselves to be exactly who society wants them to be and not who they really are. In psychology … Read more

Fashion for different Body types

Fashion Your clothing, makeup, accessories, lifestyle, footwear, body and hairstyle this is Fashion and style. Everyone has there own style of carrying themselves. The word Fashion comes from Latin word ‘Facere’ meaning ‘to make’. Fashion keeps changing with day to day trends. In different parts of the worlds there are different traditional and non-traditional outfits, … Read more

Thomas B. Kin Chong: actor biography

Thomas B. Kin Chong is a Canadian-American comedian, actor, writer, musician and cannabis rights activist who is known for his marijuana-themed Cheech & Chong comedy albums and movies with Cheech Marin, as well as playing the character Leo on Fox’s That ’70s Show. He became a naturalized United States citizen in the late 1980s. Early … Read more

Subjective well being

Subjective well-being (SWB) has been defined as a person cognitive and affective evaluations of his or her life’ (Diener, Lucas, & Oshi, 2002). The cognitive component refers to what one individual thinks about his or her life satisfaction in universal terms (life as a whole) and in domain terms (in particular areas of life such … Read more

A Research on the Online Dating Phenomenon

Online dating is an increasingly common way to meet potential romantic partners in this increasingly technological age. Many online dating websites, such as, use questions users answer to statistically match them with other users they would be compatible with, and display compatibility percentages or “match percentages” next to each profile a user encounters. These … Read more

Analyzing Communication Strategies in Politics: topic Avoidance and Secret Keeping

Topic avoidance and secret keeping have been traditionally been fields of study underexplored in favor of scientific inquiry into self-disclosure, something that only recently started changing in the last few decades. In the field of communication, the reasons behind secret keeping are seen as incredibly important and potentially detrimental to an individual’s mental and physical … Read more

The Biography of Sophie Scholl

“How can we expect righteousness to prevail when there is hardly anyone willing to give himself up individually to a righteous cause? It is such a splendid sunny day, and I have to go. But how many have to die on the battlefield in these days, how many young, promising lives? What does my death … Read more

Evaluating The Themes Of Sacrifice And Compromise In 3 Short Stories, Rules Of The Game And The Bass, The River, And Shiela Mant, And In The Movie, Son Of Rambow

In the short stories “Rules of the Game” and “The Bass, the River, and Sheila Mant,” and in the movie Son of Rambow, the characters have to learn to compromise and make sacrifices occasionally to form and maintain relationships with others. In Amy Tan’s “Rules of the Game,” Meimei does not want to compromise and … Read more

Mussolini’s Rise to Power

Mussolini’s Rise to Power After serving in the Italian army during WW1, Mussolini returned home, looking for a way to unify the Italian people. In 1918, he began to deliver emotional speeches, calling for a dictator to head the country. He argued that only a strong leader could unite the people to overcome Italy’s postwar … Read more

Heraclitus: Change is Consistent

Heraclitus is known for his argument that change is consistent; that everything in the world is always changing. The saying shows this perfectly because it illustrates how even things that seem constant to us are changing. According to Heraclitus, he reasoned that everything is always changing and that this fact is necessary to the functioning … Read more

To be a Human: Solaris Analysis

What does it mean to be a human being? Everyone has their own opinion and rarely is it as simple as biology. When science and technology are placed in this question the answer becomes even less clear. This question of when does giving technology humanity make them human has been asked in numerous mediums, from … Read more

Life & Career Of Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga has garnered fame through her powerful performances and exceptional musical talent. She has experienced tons of controversial moments both in her career and in her love life. When it comes to the love game, she has hooked up with famous stars including musicians and producers. Although she has always kept her love life … Read more

An evaluation between The Nicomachean by Aristotle’s and Plato’s The Republic

What is Goodness? For most people today, being a good person simply means following a set of commonly agreed upon moral guidelines. However, those guidelines have increasingly been getting blurred and convoluted from culture to culture and generation to generation. The question remains whether the definition of morality really can be universal, and whether this … Read more

An Analysis of Loneliness in Of Mice and Men, a Novel by John Steinbeck

Throughout John Steinbeck’s novel, Of Mice and Men, the author depicts many characters such as Lennie, Candy, Crooks, etc. as having physical or mental impairments. These “disadvantaged” characters quickly become to represent isolation and discrimination, as well as giving the reader an insight into why characters such as Crooks have the persona associated with them … Read more

Digital Devices And Well-Being

To understand the severity of how digital devices can affect our well-being whether it be in a positive way or negative; it is important to understand how present we have made these devises a part of our everyday activities. Take a moment and think, cellphones are the most readily available device to a great percentage … Read more

Survival of the fittest seminar

Charles Darwin gave his theory of evolution by the way or Natural Selection in 1858 as an explanation for adaptation and variation in species and organisms. Natural selection is the differentiation of organisms due to the differences in phenotype. Natural selection acts on the phenotype of an organism. The phenotype is the observable characteristics of … Read more

Conventional banking system

Conventional banking system: On the other hand, conventional banking systems are much longer than Islamic banks. Thanks to experience and product selection, traditional banks are more advanced. The conventional bank is based on a full-fledged intermediary model that lends borrowers to suppliers and then loans to companies or individuals. They provide marginal interest rates between … Read more

Mathilde’s Downfall In The Necklace Story

Jealousy and Envy are among the greatest sins out of the seven sins, which led to the downfall of the society. The story by Maupassant “The Necklace” is about a woman who held jealousy and envy throughout the story. Mathilde Loisel, the protagonist, felt that she has been living a lie all her life, she … Read more

What is a healthy diet?

In order to stay alive, everyone has to eat food and drink water. But what is a healthy diet? I have chosen this topic because I have always been interested in food and nutrition. In today’s world, there is such a wide variety of different diets. For example, the Cabbage Soup Diet, the Popcorn Diet, … Read more

James Watson’s biography

Born in Chicago, Illinois on April 6, 1928, James Watson was an only child and was quite intelligent. His father and mother were James D. Watson and Jean Mitchell. Today, we know James Watson as a successful scientist, discovering the structure of DNA. However, it took endless amounts of work to figure it out. During … Read more

A Synpsis of The foundation text of English literature, titled Beowulf

The foundation text of English literature, titled Beowulf (meaning “man wolf” when translated into the modern language), presents readers with a hero named Beowulf who fights three different battles, each with its own monster. Beowulf’s first battle awaits him when he travels to present day Denmark to save the Danes from a monster named Grendel … Read more

Memories of Early Childhood

The first six years of my life were the best. I lived with my dad, my mom, and my younger brother in an apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City. Every season of every year is worth remembering. In the fall, Mom and I would go across the street to … Read more

Charles Dickens’s Biography

“Reflect upon your present blessings of which every man has many – not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.” quote by one of the most influential author of English Victorian era, English novelist, Charles Dickens, who wrote numerous highly acclaimed novels. Dickens lived a life filled with happiness and sadness and … Read more

What is Love and Friendship?

Tinaeya Culbreth Dr. Galen Foresman PHIL 267-001: Philosophy of Love and Friendship 20 January 2018 Love and Friendship What is love? Love is a multitude of emotions that allows one to become closer with their heart. It is a connection that shows protectiveness and affection for the other. Love comes in many forms and is … Read more

Heroism and Courage in Anglo-Saxon in Beowulf

In Beowulf lines 530-606, the author uses literary devices to characterize heroism in Anglo-Saxon culture. Specifically, Beowulf characterizes an Anglo-Saxon hero as someone who will always fight for their people, even if it results in their own death. In the passage the author characterizes the courage of the hero, Beowulf, by using specific diction, imagery, … Read more