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The Day of the Breach

Everyone has that one bathroom.

You know which one I’m talking about.

Maybe it’s the one with the flickering light bulb and the murder vibe in the basement of your girl/boyfriend’s apartment building. 1,093 more words

Crohns And The Real Girl

The Letter I Wrote to My Molester

After many therapy sessions, I finally wrote a “pretend” letter to my molester with composure. This letter was written after thinking over and over what I would say. 861 more words

Long Reads

Fresh Water Greens: A Hydroponic Success Story

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With over 100 years of farming experience, when the Villari family decides to take us behind the curtain of their hydroponic business, you know it’s bound to be good. 4,357 more words

Sustainable Agriculture

I give up.

I’ll stop caring.
I’ll stop getting jealous.
I’ll stop visiting your profile.
I’ll stop asking about you.
I’ll stop thinking about you.
I’ll stop making you my first priority. 65 more words

What is the value of connectivity?

Is the value of a network really proportional to the square of its size? Or does each new node add limited value?

In July, 2005, Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp.

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A Continuum: My Revelation of Rhetorical Identity

I glance at my high school rhetorical experiences and peer into what the future has in store for me as a college student writer. I wonder how I can move on from my rhetorical struggles in high school in order to “arrive” as a successful college rhetor. 1,846 more words

Academic Papers

Freedom Found Through Journaling: A Rhetorical Analysis

A slave to the assignment and confined by a paralyzing case of writers block; this was me. I would sit, stare, type a word, backspace, sigh, stand up, stretch, say a quick prayer, and repeat the process. 1,821 more words

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