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Week 10: TSIS

In making a case for the medical use of marijuana, I am not saying that I want to get all teenagers high.

But my argument will do more that prove that one particular industrial chemical has certain toxic properties. 99 more words

Week 9: TSIS

Original Paragraph (Hidden Intellectualism p.g. 247) : 

In one way, then, it would be hard to imagine an adolescence more thoroughly anti-intellectual than mine. Yet in retrospect, I see that it’s more complicated, that I and the 1950s themselves were not simply hostile toward intellectualism, but divided and ambivalent. 405 more words

Week 8: TSIS

Look over something you’ve written yourself. Do you indicate “so what?” and “who cares?” If not, revise your text to do so. You might use the following template to get started. 26 more words

Week 6: TSIS

In my recent political science papers I compared my arguments of how to best tackle the issues surrounding climate change. Due to word count restraints, I had to limit my objections to the top three. 192 more words

Week 5: TSIS

Reading Chosen: Nuclear Waste by Richard A. Muller (p.g. 252-259)


Nuclear waste is one of the biggest technical issues that any future president is likely to face (252)  & the stats that come with NW danger… 90 more words

Week 4: TSIS

The last piece of writing I did was for ACMA01. I did quote sources however, I failed to use in text quotes. While writing, I thought it faster, easier and more clear if I simply summarized and argued with my own ideas. 53 more words

Week 3: TSIS

Travel magazines seem to always list Ohio as the best place to visit during the summer. However, our experiments suggest that there are dangerous levels of chemical X in the Ohio groundwater. 180 more words