Another One?

Last time on Josue’s scholarly blog I discussed to corruption and deception involved in the play “Glengary Glenn Ross” by David Mamet. This play essentially gave the audience and idea of the under-handed tactics that are involved in to world of business, more accurately capitalism. In my last blog I wrote about a enterprise with […]

New Blog

Last time on scholarly blogs, I believe that I wrote about the film “District 9”that was about the unethical treatment of another species shown by humans. To recap, this movie made the audience side with the humans, until we are introduced to the alien named Christopher Johnson, whose physical character that are portrayed by the […]

Make-up blog #6

Chelsea Abreu   This week we read three very interesting stories, however, the ones I liked most were “The Ethics of Living Jim Crow” by Richard Wright, and “Black Men in Public Space” by Brent Staples. These stories really show the struggle that colored people had to go through because of the Jim Crow laws. […]

Blog 5:)

Waiting for the Barbarian’s is an interesting novel to say the least. It’s allegorical nature hits a little too close to home when interpreting and applying it to many modern real world events. The story begins with the introduction of our nameless protagonist, the Magistrate (upon googling it, I found out it means a civil […]

Fight Club

“Fight Club” is all time classic and a movie I watched after searching through the forums. The guys in his forum love taking up a alpha attitude to make themselves look tough in order to make themselves feel better. They are incredibly tough and strong willed but they have such hateful attitudes of the […]

Finals Week

The campus gives off a weird vibe during finals week. Somewhere deep within the anxiety of all the students fighting over seats at the library there is comfort. Maybe its the false sense of peace that we all share when we realize that we stopped learning new materials and finally get to study at our […]