Category Archive: Composition

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

Veteran Affairs Healthcare Benefits

By Nicholas Roy According to the 2014 Census Bureau, there are approximately 21.8 million veterans in the United States (US). All of these service members served their time and earned the title “United… Continue reading

All Play and No Pay

By Kimberly Allen Several writers create a link between the college sports industry to the ancient slavery era described in the History books. The idea is that the slaves worked endlessly and all… Continue reading

Staying Together for the Kids is Only Causing More Problems

By Ashley Hayford In 2009, Alice Morrin was shot and killed in her home by her husband who had then shot and killed himself with their two children in the house. The reasoning… Continue reading

F is for Felon Forever

By Carmen Rodriguez Jose, my domestic partner, left his grandparents’ loving home and traveled to New York. He was searching for his biological father but he had to stay with his Aunt because… Continue reading

Children as Consumers

By Nayomi Dasanayake Have you ever thought who could be an advertiser’s targeted audience? An advertiser’s dream? Would you be surprised if I told you they are kids? Strategy is important to be… Continue reading

Visual Analysis: Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board

By Kelly Matthews The worst thing you can do to someone is blame them for something they didn’t do or control. For decades, women have been brainwashed to think that the reason they… Continue reading

Should E-Sports be Considered a Sport?

By Jerry Adjoyi Leah Jackson mentioned in “The Rise of ESports in America” that over the years, electronic sports, also known as E-sports, have progressed significantly. Millions of people both watch and play… Continue reading

Violent Video Games Should Not Be the Only Excuse

By Leslie Flippen, Jr. The tragic shooting events in Colorado and Connecticut have reignited the debate on the effects of the media. This time, the spotlight shines on a familiar and popular source… Continue reading