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  • Intro to WOLFIE- I recently joined WOLFIE to earn extra credit for WRT 102 looks confusing hope I find my way around
  • Blog #10 Recap- At the beginning of WRT 102, I was very relucted. I didn’t like that Stony Brook forced us to take a writing class to graduate. English was always a hard topic for me since English is my second language, sometimes in my head, Korean and English collate with each other and disrupt the sentences I […]
  • Let’s Recap- My experiences with writing this semester have definitely been a mix of ups and downs, but they all ended up rewarding me with huge development as a writer. I started off not having written a proper essay in almost a year, so naturally my writing was a bit rusty, which overwhelmed me at times. I […]
  • A Learning Experience-   Writing 102 has changed me in more ways than one. Before I took this class I was an exclusively creative writer, reading mostly fiction and using my own imagination to make works of my own. While I had previously written academic essays in high school, I never had any real interest in what I […]
  • Every House Must Start with a Foundation- At the beginning of this semester I was confident in my writing ability. Like any skill I knew it could be improved upon, but I had always viewed myself as being talented writer. Writing has always been the easiest way for me to express my thoughts and creativity. The only exercise the left side of […]
  • The Importance of This Class- When it comes to the writing we did this semester, I have to say I am quite proud of the progress I’ve made. To start, the most important aspect I’ve learned is still how to cite and use my sources. Through the introduction of things like OWL Purdue I was able to more clearly understand […]
  • Writing Has Changed- At the beginning of the semester, academic writing was just something that I did pretty well the first time. I never put in much effort, but I usually got an A so I didn’t care. Once I finished my first draft, the essay was done and then I handed it in. Now I realize how […]
  • I’m Ready to Write Anything- Going back to the beginning of the semester, I thought this was going to be a very standard writing course, like the ones I took before in high school. I thought we would have readings every day, discuss the reading in class, write something about it, and move on to the next, with the occasional […]
  • This is the End: This story’s old, but it goes on and on until we disappear…- I don’t know what I expected sitting in the Humanities computer lab that first week of class in late January. I knew that Writing 102 was a required class for all Stony Brook students, and I was biting the bullet and taking the class in freshman year just to check a box off of a […]
  • looking back- Throughout this past semester, I have had the privilege of learning more about myself as a writer as well as the art of writing through taking Writing 102. In this course, I have learned more about what rhetoric is, how to write academically with proper research, and more about who I am as a writer. […]
  • Writing is No Longer a Chore- Writing to me was an interesting concept to me early on because it allowed me to express myself when I want; the key word here is want. Thus, I didn’t really enjoy academic writing. Being forced to write didn’t seem that logical to me, because the best writing is sometimes spontaneous. That being said, I […]
  • 1st crack at college writing.- This year I learned that the hardest thing for me to do in regard to writing papers is just starting them and trying to get good work done while not rushed for time. For whatever reason, it seemed so much easier to write my papers when I had limited time. A really useful method I […]
  • Blog 10: Semester of Writing- Writing has never been my strong point and my interest has always been toward the STEM field. I never found writing enjoyable mostly because there are so many rules one must follow. What I can express through speaking I could never properly express it in written form. It seems my words get lost as it […]
  • My Journey In Writing-   I have learned a tremendous amount about writing from taking Writing 102 this semester. I learned that academic writing can be very fun and entertaining and not something to be alarmed about. I used to dread writing papers in school because I was always assigned to write about a certain topic that I had […]
  • Upward and Onward: My Growth this Semester- Going into this semester I did not know what to expect out of WRT 102. The writing I had to do in the previous semester was shorter and didn’t require the same level of drafting, revising, and research that this class was going to require. The last time I wrote an essay that could be […]
  • How Far I’ve Come- Throughout WRT 102, I have noticed a huge change in my writing as a whole. From my outlook on my writing to my writing style, I have noticed changes in the way I write for the better. Along with that, I have learned how to better understand the intricacies of writing and even develop some […]
  • Blog #10: The end of Writing 102… but not the end of writing- Congrats, fellow Seawolves! We did it – we are almost finished with WRT 102! For me (and I’m sure for many of us), this was my first college-level writing class. And boy, did I learn that college-level writing is much more thorough and exquisite than high school writing! I think it’s safe to say that […]
  • Do You Still Hate Writing?- This semester has completely changed my view of writing. It used to be something tedious that I had to do to because I needed to get the grade. After writing throughout this semester, I no longer think of writing as tedious. I enjoy writing now because I can choose the direction I want to take […]
  • Final Blog Post- Right after I submitted my researched argument something hit me. I wrote three essays. I did it, it was finally over. When I was making my schedule last semester, I dreaded having to take WRT 102 because I didn’t like writing. I also heard that there were many 1000+ word essays that were due one […]
  • Start from Scratch- Over the course of the semester, my most prominent change in my writing has been my process. Depending on the assignment, I spent anywhere from 1-3 days on an essay at most with maybe one revision session. This was mostly to correct blatant grammatical errors and to add more sophisticated vocabulary for formality’s sake. Never […]
  • Journey as a writer-      Over the course of the semester, my understanding of academic writing has changed completely. I became more comfortable with writing argumentative pieces, understanding how to back my claims up correctly with evidence and learned how to correctly cite in MLA and APA format. Appreciating the value of drafting early on in the course […]
  • This is the END!- Writing wasn’t that hard for me, at least that’s what I used to believe. I used to believe that I ‘m good with words, and I can express my feelings freely through them. But everything changed when I had to write academically; I struggled trying to use a different kind of tone in my writings. […]
  • WRT 102 reflection- This semester is probably the worst semester I had before. All the classes I took are upper level classes. These classes all have tons of homework to do and most of them usually took me at least couple days to finish them. Writing 102 is one of the class that required a lot of works, […]
  • Refelections- Throughout this semester, my process of writing has changed entirely. In high school, I was always given formats and outlines to follow. In WRT 102, we were not given any specific outlines that were necessary to follow. While we did have guidelines required for the essay, the construction of the essays was up to the […]
  • Reflections- As the spring semester comes to a close, the final days of WRT 102 are upon us. While undoubtedly this class required a large commitment to producing qualifying works, I was shocked to recognize the results of my class experience. At first I was very annoyed that I had to take this class. After the […]
  • I changed as a writer- Before taking WRT 102, the last time that I can honestly say that I wrote an essay was more than a year ago. I spent my time in class writing persuasive and synthesis essays- rarely given assignments on rhetoric academic writing and research. Rhetoric Academic was synonymous to a storytelling essay to me before this […]
  • The Home Stretch-           Over the course of the semester, I was able to grow as a writer in several ways. In terms of rhetoric, I was able to demonstrate effective storytelling through the Literacy Narrative. Through multiple revisions, I learned how to show not just tell using multiple anecdotes that incorporated vivid imagery […]
  • Looking Back- In terms of how I view my own writing, this semester has been extremely impactful. I think in high school, I was good at writing for the most part, but made some real progress with a particular teacher that gave very tough love to my pieces. Up until now, I felt kind of stagnant in […]
  • Wolfie Blog post #10 : The best is yet to come- Over the course of Wrt 102, I have to say this semester was one of the busiest semesters in terms of academics. Aside from all other tests, assignments, and reports steadily filling up my schedule day in and day out, much time was dedicated to learning what writing really is through this course of Writing […]
  • Blog # 10– The End.- Writing has never been my cup of tea—it just wasn’t for me. There was just something about constructing words of sentences of paragraphs of an essay that proved to be difficult for me. In some aspects, I considered the task to be harder than any other assignment that I have ever been given. I never […]
  • It’s been a good ride, Wolfie Blog post #10- I remember the first day that I came to class, I having not took a college level writing class yet, was nervous yet excited at the same time. I did not know how different it was going to be from my highschool writing class but I knew I would learn many things from this class. […]
  • The End of the Road- Well, this is the end of the road (hopefully). I really enjoyed doing these vlogs because I felt it was a way to express my thoughts and opinions to my classmates. They helped me expand my knowledge and writing skills. I am a more confident writer because these forced me to practice my writing even […]
  • This is It, Chief (blog #10)- Welp, this is it, last blog post. I had fun doing these throughout the semester as I expressed myself through informal thought. And that’s what I feel this whole semester was about – expression! While composing our own original pieces, I believe many of the students share the same sentiment in saying that this class […]
  • The Surprises that can Arise (Blog #9)- Throughout the time spent researching the different aspects of my projects, I can’t help but remain in awe in the discoveries and scientific advancements that I come across. These researchers are amazing visionaires that continue to surprise and inspire me, aside from the actual discoveries. My topic continues to branch of mainly from energy efficiency […]
  • Wonders of Writing 102- Ahhhh, Writing 102. I did not want to take this class but I had no choice since it’s a requirement. Unsurprisingly, while I love to write, I don’t like writing essays with an overhanging deadline or as a measurement of my performance. Writing is an art that is unique to each person and understood by […]
  • Helpful point for using sources- From the reading, I found couple helpful points that can improve my skills of using sources in my essay. First of all, the author shows the good and bad example of quoting a source. The way that we should avoid to do is to copy and paste without any context to bring out the source.  […]
  • Useful methods for research argument- In the reading, the author pointed out a lot of useful points to develop and plan our research argument. First he mentioned that we have to be sure that what is the purpose of this research and who are we targeting to read it. I think this is really important because if we don’t think […]
  • Wrapping Up Writing 102- Before I enrolled in Writing 102, I had a good understand of the topics of rhetoric, academic writing, and research because of the AP writing classes I took in high school. I was very skeptical of this course because I felt like my writing was already strong and there was nothing I could learn to […]
  • Final Remarks (Blog Post #10)-           Throughout this semester, our assignments have progressively changed from personal to academic, ensuring that we had a wide range of abilities. By beginning with a narrative I was able to find my voice, though I struggled at first. The narrative was my own individual perspective and path to literacy, and […]
  • Farewell, WRT 102- This past semester I have taken Writing 102. It would be wrong of me to say that this past semester I enjoyed Writing 102. I think that as a class, Writing 102 is too general for the entire first-year class of Stony Brook students. Coming into Stony Brook, I had both AP Literature and AP […]
  • WRT 102: Endgame- Boy oh boy how far we have come. We’ve came so far since i wrote my first blog on January 31st. Its now a few months after that and so much has changed since then. However not so much has changed with my writing. I don’t know about y’all but i have the same style […]
  • The passage of time- Over the course of the semester, I learned a lot about my writing style and how it differs from my peers. I saw that I am a messy writer. My ideas jump from place to place: making connections here and there. In this course, I figured out that I need detailed outlines to straighten out […]
  • Final Thoughts- Over the course of the semester, my understanding of different components of writing has developed. My understanding of rhetoric has changed by making me see how crucial it is to a piece of writing. The subject of a piece of writing can be super basic and not very interesting, but if one has strong rhetoric […]
  • 3 potential topic for I-search essay- I have taken WRT101 twice, so I am pretty familiar of a I-search paper. In general, drug use and underage drinking are popular topics for I-search paper. According to my experience, I’ve picked a topic that is too narrow that I can only find sources that is not in English, so I know that for […]
  • School Pressure- After listening to the audio and reading the literature done by William Zinsser, I found myself strongly related to the subject’s situation. As an international students, it is easier for us to fall apart on academics and life. Not only school work, we have to deal with many other outside school issues. However, there are […]
  • 3 potential topics for the I-Search essay- When I first notice that we have to write a research paper that focus more on the process of the research than the result of the it, couple topics pop up in my mind. The first thing that shows up in my mind is the drinking age in America. When I first came here, I […]
  • WRT 102 taught me more than all pre college English classes put together- My understanding on basic things such as academic writing and research changed a great deal. Coming into college in general I had always thought I was an exceptional writer as my English teacher last year had many creative writing essays relating to our books and always seemed to give me very high praise. I now […]
  • Blog #9 Researched Immigration Effects- While researching the positive effects of immigration, I was amazed by how little research there is. Only a few trusted and reliable sources covered the topic. But even still, within the research papers itself, they state that their studies of taking a group of immigrants and challenging them against a group of native to see […]
  • Faulty Minds, The Sequel- Since doing research about my topic, the most interesting thing that I have learned is that anxiety has surpassed depression as the most common mental health disorder, affecting anywhere from between 38% to 55% of all college students. This fact surprised me because for a while, I had conflated the ideas of anxiety and depression […]
  • Surprise Me, Space Baby- I’ve always taken a liking for space. While others “fear the unknown,” I wonder and want to learn more about the unknown. Space is vastly filled with mysteries and secrets. Recently, NASA has managed to render an image of what a black hole could have looked like. Disregarding that the black hole is about 13 […]
  • Did You Go To Your Lecture Today?- It is not surprising that STEM majors are the ones most often dropped in college. Biology, engineering, and math have been known to be some of the most difficult subjects to study. Not only are they difficult to comprehend, but the careers that are associated with STEM carry massive loads of responsibility, to properly comprehend […]
  • I-Search or Re-Search?- I have been looking into “designer babies” for this short period now. I think what is most surprising about this journey is the fact that the entire process of designing a baby has been around for a lot longer than people realize. The first designed babies were born in the late 90s, which alludes that […]
  • Blog#9 Psychological Effects- The most surprised thing I have learned is that stereotype of women being lesser than man in chess can psychologically affect women. When a woman plays against a woman, they perform better than when a woman play  against a man. The stereotype causes women to lose confidence in themselves. In article, “Are Girls Bad at […]
  • Your Baby Cannot be Designed to be the Next Einstein- I’ve recently spent a lot of time reading into the detailed processes behind the in vitro process of “designing babies”. I think a very common misconception associated with designer babies is that people think they are hand-designing or customizing their own child. This just is not true. The genetic manipulation of the embryo is possible […]
  • HIV Prevention Mechanisms- In my research, I think the most surprising piece of information that I have learned is why there is no cure for HIV/AIDS. So to begin with this topic, we have to talk with the best way to deal with viruses; prevention. When I say this statement, the first thing that will come to people’s […]
  • Surprising Realities- I think the most surprising thing that I’ve learned about my topic so far is that there have been situations where the fashion industry or a particular show has classified a model of or around size 8 as “plus size”. I had heard these stories before, and I guess I’m not really too surprised due […]
  • Blog #9: Researching Through Research!- Over the past few years, the typical stereotype was that avid video game players are social loners who put video games first and everything else second, including less interaction with real life friends in a face-to-face setting. In general, I found it surprising that the statistics say literally the exact opposite. Research shows that teenagers […]
  • The Tremendous Gap- Before conducting research on my topic regarding health care systems in developing countries like Cambodia and how they compare the U.S., I was not aware of how lucky we have it. A majority of the population does not have access to seek medical help and even if they do, the hospitals or clinics lack proper […]
  • Understanding the Public and Media-   If there is something I learned about the media from my study of Islamophobia in new and politics, it is the influence media has on public opinion and in reverse, how the public influences media. The topic of Islamophobia is incredibly complex, as I discovered recently while researching, one that has been developing since […]
  • My Topic Got Way More Complicated- For some context, my topic is about why doctors get paid so much compared to most other jobs and whether it’s possible to decrease wages, while still maintaining the quality of the health care industry. I think it’s pretty obvious that health care in America is incredibly expensive and seems inflated compared to other countries […]
  • the invisible majority- After finding further research identifying the addition array of struggles bisexual identifying individuals face in comparison to their LG(B)TQ+ and straight community counterparts, I think I was most unsettled by the sheer amount of struggles and the ignorance towards these topics. I think the most powerful bit I was able to find from the library […]
  • How my Research has Changed my Views on Vaccines- While researching my topic of vaccines, there have been many things I have learned that surprised me. If I had to pick one fact that surprised me the most, it would be that vaccines have only proven to cause harm to people who are allergic to the ingredients that make them up. This is the […]
  • Surprising News- The most surprising thing about y topic for the research paper is that there is no con side. During our research session in the library I could find no articles that were against an alternative to antibiotics. This was surprising and also frustrating since I had already started drafting the introduction and background research part […]
  • Thanks to the library section 😀- You never truly understand something, the more you investigate, the more you can learn. That is what happens with Net Neutrality to me. My topic for the I-research paper is about the repeal of Net Neutrality, and I decided to continue on this topic for my argument essay. I thought I know most if not […]
  • Segregation in Schools, but not in the way that you think- I have gotten a new perspective on my topic which is ability grouping. I have learned that many people that feel passionate about this topic are parents of high functioning students or the parents of kids with specific learning needs. The kids in the middle range of ability are often underrepresented in these arguments, which […]
  • Vaccinations? No, There’s a Bigger Problem Here- I recently changed my topic from a closer look into the LGBT experience to how vaccinations show a deeper problem in our society: how people believe everything they read. The anti-vaccination movement is a very good example of that, even though that won’t be the main point of my essay. While researching this essay the most […]
  • interesting research so far- As I work through my research in preparation for the upcoming research paper, I have been particularly intrigued by some very important facts I have found. Overall, I am researching the positive and negative affects of amphetamine use – especially among collegians – and how we can address this issue in today’s world. While I […]
  • The Chaos of a Rising Sea Level- Most people, hopefully, recognize there is a growing concern over the rising sea level and what that means for Long Island. The island, being so close to sea level, is at extreme jeopardy of coastal flooding and even being underwater in a few years. South shore communities are most susceptible to these issues, being closer […]
  • Have I Changed My Mind?- In my previous blog post, I discussed how stereotypes can affect basic cognitive abilities. I find this to be the most surprising thing about my topic; however, everything else that I found out about my topic I do not find surprising. I grew up seeing my friends and family being affected by stereotypes. They were […]
  • The rights of the dead- The most surprising thing I learned about cryonics is that the corpses are considered “donated for medical science” to the companies. The bodies don’t fall under contractual terms since they’re technically dead. The companies are free to do as they wish with the bodies. Since people don’t have rights to their own corpse. Even if […]
  • Finally a decision! (#9)- Between now and my I-Search, I knew I didn’t want to write about my I-Search topic. I couldn’t find much information when it came to STEM and gender bias, even though there was clearly a disparity present. Finding articles was very difficult for me, and so I knew I planned to head in a new […]
  • I-Search vs. Research- I am researching physician assisted suicide.  So far the most surprising fact that I’ve found is that there are many other countries that practice this right. Even though the whole United States does not. For example, Canada, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland have all legalized physician assisted suicide. It is also legalized in the […]
  • Changing Topics and the Things I Have Found- In the I-Search essay, I decided to look into the history of the education policy in the United States. Particularly the education policy of the 2000s because I had grown up under those policies and I never really fully understood what exactly they were. While researching that topic I found the answers I was looking […]
  • WOLFIE BLOG POST #9- The most surprising thing that I learned about my topic is that the amount of funding for humanities in higher education is drastically less than the amount of funding for science in higher education. I obtained this fact through peer reviewed article I found in the school’s library database that was titled “Humanities for policy-A […]
  • Blog #8 Immigration- Based on what I learned in my I-Search essay and based on everything in the news about immigrants taking US jobs away. I wanted to do research on immigration in flow and see if there is a correlation of the amount of H1 visas allowed and the unemployment rate in the U.S. In certain media […]
  • Free us from the forced military service- Though I am a Korean male citizen myself, I have been surprised by many facts and figures associated with the policy of conscription of South Korea while researching the topic. One would be that some Korean males would try to evade the military draft by forcing themselves to gain weight so that they would either […]
  • Don’t punish overachievers- For my I-Search I wrote about germs and how they spread, but for my research argument I’m writing about why we need more competition in school. One surprising thing I learned about my topic is the counterargument.  To sum it up the counterargument is that setting up an environment in the classroom that ranks students […]
  • I-search to Research Arg?- The most surprising thing I’ve learned about my topic is the difference in percentage when people thought it was unacceptable for the government to survey themselves but they felt that it was acceptable for the government to survey the people around them. It just shows that people feel that as long as it’s not them […]
  • If Only it Was that Simple- The topic for my next paper in my writing class is the ethical considerations that govern the proceedings of modern law. The paper will focus on international law as well as points in which countries have gone against those laws, showing that often nations are willing to transcend ethical barriers to accomplish what they believe […]
  • Creating Ethics for Something Entirely Unethical- In my WRT 102 class we are currently on our third and final paper, the ‘Researched Argument’. This essay follows the conventions of a typical research paper, a thesis with various claims that are each supplemented by sources. Rather than using the same topic as my last essay, the ‘I-Search Essay’, I chose something that […]
  • Know Thy Audience as Thyself- In order to gain better insight into the use of sources I recently read Kyle D. Stedman’s essay titled Annoying Ways People Use Sources. This essay possesses several ideas that I believe would aid anyone in their attempts to use sources for their research papers. The first idea is basic but very significant. Writers should […]
  • Blog # 9 — Reinforced Opinion- Although I haven’t explicitly started writing my Researched Argument Essay yet, I have been working on an outline for my topic. I have done preliminary research on my topic just to gain some background information on medical technology before starting to write. Personally, I believe that technology could prove to be a useful asset to […]
  • Ganja and Athletes – Blog #9- What surprised me the most about my topic “Should NCAA and Professional Athletes Be Allowed to Smoke Weed Where Legal” is the disregard organizations have for research supporting the fact they should be allowed. I read up on how statistically college athletes have the highest stress level do to the sheer amount of work they […]
  • Blog# 8 — The Dark Side of Medical Technology- My topic for the Researched Argument essay is the increasing advancement of medical technology. The influence of technology in the healthcare setting has proven to be ever-increasing in the modern world. Patient records are become digitalized. Robots are being programmed to perform precision surgeries that no surgeon can do. Databases are being programmed that can […]
  • Enjoying my Research- Changing your entire research topic can be very stressful if you are not interested in what you are researching. Thankfully, I am very interested in the gender inequality between men and women’s sports. Honestly from the last post I wrote the most surprising thing that I have learned has not changed, it is still the […]
  • College Pressures-       We all know the struggles in college, cramming the night before and stressing about exams. A lot of students, without medically having the need to, have increasingly been taking Adderall to help them get ahead academically and increase their focus to get better grades. Most of these students don’t have ADHD or […]
  • It’s an Investment (Blog Post #9)- The most surprising thing I learned about my topic is how much the budget impacts the size of classes. I generally associate budget cuts with losing an arts class or some extracurricular activity, but it does force principals to let some teachers go. Being laid off is a terrible event to happen to someone, and […]
  • Dentists or Oral Physicians?- The topic of my research paper is whether or not dentistry should merge with medicine. I believe that dentists should be trained to be oral physicians because I’ve learned how interconnected the mouth and the body are. Because of this, dentists should be trained to diagnose diseases beyond the oral cavity in order to further […]
  • African American Racism: An Issue That Will Never Be Resolved- Our country is guilty of a great deal of racism that exits today. This has been an ongoing issue for over a century dating back to slavery, Jim Crow Law, and now today still is evident in other ways. What people don’t know is just how much of a problem it really is today and […]
  • How Little You Know-   Islam and Islamophobia is a topic heard by most people, especially after the recently declared war on terrorism. By proxy Islam has a near constant presence it the media. Going off of this statement, I’d say the most important thing people don’t know about my topic is how little most people actually know about […]
  • Ability Grouping- Ability grouping is the practice of separating students into different learning environment based on some standard of academic ability. This can range from a language barrier to the ability to do well on standardized tests. The most important thing that I learned about ability grouping during my research is that there are many various forms […]
  • What Every STEM Kid Needs to Know- While I was doing research for my I-search essay, I noticed that almost all of the articles regarding student subject interest were about STEM subjects (despite the fact that I was only searching for information general subject interest). Evidently, student interest and motivation in STEM declining has been a significant issue, especially now when the […]
  • How to Clean Up Sloppy Writing- Stedman equates writers who use sources improperly to slow drivers; an analogy that I thoroughly enjoyed. He gave many important pieces of advice when it comes to introducing sources into your paper. The first important piece of advice that I will be using in my paper is to always introduce a quote properly. This is […]
  • What does the B stand for?- While I feel that everyone is aware of the discrimination and homo/transphobia the general LGBTQ+ community faces, I’ve begun to realize the lack of awareness of bi-phobia. In all honesty, I was not even quite aware of bi-phobia before this year when I was introduced to the double discrimination members of the bi+ community face […]
  • Our future internet usage at risk- The topic that I will research on is Net Neutrality, more importantly, the repeal of Net Neutrality. Most people don’t know the potential danger that this repealing will have to our internet usage. Also, how greatly this will impact our daily life since most people are relying on the internet these days. Net Neutrality is […]
  • Why Do Doctors Get Paid So Much?- Recently, I decided to completely change my topic. My original idea for this paper was to write about the TSA and how we should limit their funding/power, since, statistically, they aren’t very effective at fighting security threats. After more thought, I thought this topic would be pretty boring and many people probably wrote similar essays […]
  • Cryonics-living in the future- One thing people don’t know about cryonics is that you have to be clinically dead-cease breathing and blood circulation-before they mummify the corpse for freezing. If you know you’re dying, you can inform the company beforehand and they can be ready to get your body prepped as soon as you die. However, if you aren’t […]
  • Wait, What’s Happening?- For my researched argument I am going to be discussing antibiotic resistant bacteria and how the medical field is looking for an alternative. I believe that many people are unfamiliar with the topic besides the fact the antibiotics are not working. I think people are unaware of how serious this issue is and how short […]
  • Blog 8 – Woman and Chess- Most people probably don’t know that the International World Chess Federation has two types of titles, open titles and women titles. In the open titles, both women and men could earn the title of Grandmaster, International Master, FIDE Master, or Candidate Master.  And in the women titles, clearly only women could participate in it, they […]
  • What do you mean there’s no help around?- Something that is not talked about much today is health care in developing countries, such as Cambodia. We often don’t think about other countries’ system compared to the U.S. when in fact we should be grateful that we are able to have the access and ability to seek medical help when necessary. Most of the […]