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EATING ANIMALS (2018, doc)

 Greetings again from the darkness. Our food supply and sources have become a deserved focal point of interest over the past few years, and director… 581 more words


Film Review: 'Eating Animals'

A friend of mine who’s a devoted carnivore told me that he had no interest in seeing the food documentary “Eating Animals,” because “when I hear that title, it makes my mouth water.” He is, in other words, not the target viewer for a lesson in vegetarian fortitude. 1,114 more words


The Art of Cheating // Samantha Needham

Through out the past two quarters in this CTW course I have looked in depth at many different topics such as, factory farming, the food industry itself, dishonesty, academics when it comes to college athletes, academics in general, and what I’ve noticed is they all seem to have something in common. 1,000 more words

The Story of Two Quarters//Brendan Jones


After grasping the realness of the conclusion of this growth-filled two quarter course, that is the word that comes to mind when I think back on what I have, we have, accomplished. 852 more words

Humans Suck and Here's Why//Lexi Enstrom

Throughout my high school career I always knew I was a student who excelled the most in STEM classes, which is why I chose a major in engineering. 1,188 more words

Ignorance is Bliss? Eh // Sarah Busey

What did I know going into the Critical Thinking and Writing sequence? Apparently, not a whole lot. Throughout my two quarters in this class, I’ve gained so much knowledge on factory farming, dishonesty, the writing process and American ignorance it’s crazy. 899 more words

Census by Jesse Ball

Census was the book I was the most excited for in 2018. And, unfortunately, it let me down in every way.

The premise: a widower learns he is dying, and quits his job to take his son, who has Down syndrome, on a dreamlike cross-country roadtrip (from town A to Z, literally) to conduct a mysterious national census. 166 more words

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