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Understanding the Denotation and Connotation of Images

According to Wikipedia (worlds most used and trusted source of course) semiotics can be defined as the study of sign process and meaningful communication. Aka what can be perceived from viewing a medium and how it can be perceived differently by other people. 350 more words


This Time With Feeling!

I am reblogging a post I wrote several years ago that still retains its relevancy — I hope. In our day the mantra seems to be “Do what feels right!” This contrasts sharply with the Victorian Age (which has always fascinated me) when the mantra was “Do your duty!” We talk so much about rights and ignore the correlative issue of responsibilities, it does seem we have lost sight of the moral high ground. 956 more words

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We Cannot Stay Silent

I’m the mother of two daughters, one of whom is chronically ill. I’m also a historian, and I teach classes at a small college in the Boston area.  800 more words

Greg Schiano’s termination was unfair and unjust

By Jackson Daignault ’18

Ohio State University defensive coordinator Greg Schiano agreed to become the head football coach for the University of Tennessee on Nov 26. 1,196 more words

Cowboys' Jones Says Ezekiel Elliott Paying For NFL's Past Mistakes

(SL) – Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says suspended running back Ezekiel Elliott is paying for the NFL’s past mistakes with former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice. 134 more words

Ezekiel Elliott: The Systematical Issue That Won't Stop

By Andrew Zimmel
Sports Reporter

In July of last year, another NFL player was accused of domestic violence, but unlike the other (seemingly hundreds of) accounts of violence the NFL has had to deal with over the last decade, this one was different. 805 more words


NFL Predictions 2017: Week 5

I seem to have finally hit my stride. Not everything went right, but now I have a better feel about all the teams. In total I was 11-5 picking winners (38-25 overall) 9-6-1 against the spread (32-29-2 overall) and 8-8 on the over/under (32-30-1 overall). 4,155 more words