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Review of Joan Didion - Why I Write

Joan Didion’s essay, Why I Write, starts off with a bold statement that implies that writers can use their words to change the reader’s mind, or make the reader view something in a different way that caters to the author. 217 more words

Integrative Seminar

Grand Theft Auto: The Misuse Of Social Satire In Video Games

My Complicated Relationship With GTA.

If there’s one thing that differs and divides me from many other gamers out there, it is the Grand Theft Auto Series… 1,310 more words




Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is one of the leading causes of death in the in 21st century, the cause of neuro-cognitive problems in aging people. As the most common neurodegenerative disease, AD contributes to affect 44 million of people aged 65 and older worldwide and is about to increase in the near future. 192 more words

Post Colonialism In From Software's Bloodborne: The Foreigners' Journey

Authors’ note: This Post is Part 1 in a 3 Part Series. Stay tuned for more.

Authors’ note: Due to the nature of Bloodborne lore, certain bits of information in this article may change over time to reflect a more accurate understanding of the games’ story and mythology. 2,756 more words


Strange Flesh: The Use Of Lovecraftian Archetypes In Queer Fiction: The Glittering World (2015)

Authors Note: This is Part 6 of an ongoing series. Click here for Part 1  Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 and Part 5

The Glittering World is a 2015 novel by author and award-winning playwright Robert Levy. 2,438 more words