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Gaming as Literature: Gone Home

June 7th, 1995, 1 AM. Katie Greenbriar, recently returned from a yearlong backpacking trip to Europe, shows up on the steps of her family’s new house. 953 more words

Literature

Bill to Fast Track Pipeline Approvals Might Affect West Virginia

By Roxy Todd, West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On January 21, the US. House of Representatives passed House Resolution 161, known as the Natural Gas Pipeline Permitting Reform Act. 692 more words

Fracking

Father Merton at 100: Still inspiring people to get closer to God


When Trappist Father Thomas Merton addressed persistent racism in his writing during the 1960s, his message seemingly reached into the future.

Appealing to society to recognize that all people are children of God, Father Merton questioned practices that prevented African-Americans from achieving full equality and called for the end of discrimination in all forms. 1,298 more words

Analysis

Give Your Idea Life 101

There is a happy place between paralysis by analysis and doing without thinking. In fact, doing without thinking is arguably riskier because you can waste time and money making mistakes which could have been avoided with some good spadework beforehand. 237 more words

Goal

Symphony Limited

In 1987, Achal Bakeri, moved into a new house in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Unable to air condition some parts of the house due to high ceilings and long passages, he purchased an air cooler. 2,032 more words

Business

Diego Simeone's Atletico: Corner Analysis

For years the casual English football fan has berated La Liga for its lack of competitiveness, with the duopoly of Barcelona & Real Madrid often winning the league. 1,563 more words

Analysis

Here Comes the Breakdown

Being a double major in English and Spanish literature, it may be a bit needless to say that I read a lot. Like, constantly. But living in the 21st century, I am also an avid television and film consumer. 289 more words

Opinion