When two people fall in love, neither differences in race nor religion can prevent them from tying the knot. Mixed couples become almost blind to their polar lifestyles and backgrounds after forming a serious relationship. Unfortunately, these dissimilarities which begin to become insignificant to the couple . . .
ENG 1011 – Craft of Language
Obesity, a common problem in America, is thought to be fueled partly by sugary, fatty foods sold at fast food restaurants. People generally know that fast food is bad for them, but they continue to eat it. Two extremely overweight teenage girls sued McDonald’s claiming that their food was the cause of their . . .
Growing up, there are times when we feel the urge to test the rules set before us. It does not matter whether it is a parent, teacher, or authority setting standards to adhere by. When we are told do to something, we instinctively want to do the opposite of what we are told. It is part of human nature. Rules . . .
The shuttle system for St. Joseph’s University currently begins its runs in front of the Sourin Residence Hall at five minutes and thirty-five minutes after the hour. The R5 Septa line stops at the Overbrook train station on the hour and on the half hour. For this reason, I believe the shuttle system should . . .
“Running on Empty” – Robert Phillips This poem relates to the theme of memories and struggles of childhood because it is about a young man’s rebellion against his father. The father tells his son to always keep the car’s gas tank half full. The son ignores his advice and drives until the gas tank is almost . . .
When I was a young boy in elementary school first being taught to write, my teachers gave me only a few guidelines to follow when composing a story. First, I had to have an introduction, which set the stage for my story by letting the reader know what they were going to be reading about. Next, I needed to . . .