• Abby wrote a new post, Prop 2 3 days, 19 hours ago

    A prevalent issue across the nation is the legalization of medical marijuana. In Utah, many people recognize this issue as Proposition 2 in this years midterm election. Proposition 2 allows people with conditions

  • Abby commented on the post, My Teaching Values 3 weeks, 1 day ago

    Your point of view is very interesting, I think solidifying a philosophy would not only benefit the teacher, but it might also clarify many things for the student. “Diversity is important to me because it is who we are as a country. When I look around I can find someone of every gender, race, religion, ethnicity, etc.” I really enjoyed this point…[Read more]

  • Your point of view on the separation of church and state is very intriguing. I really liked how you referenced Utah in your argument, not only because it validates your argument but it also, for those living in Utah, it is very relatable. In my opinion, even though the idea of the separation of church and state is a valid concept, I don’t think it…[Read more]

  • Abby commented on the post, My Hispanic Block 1 month ago

    Your story about your upbringing is very unique. I really like how you capitalize on your diversity and how your experiences have shaped you as a person. However, I would suggest transition between the second and the third paragraph, because I was unclear about how it connects to the rest of your story. I think you should also go into more detail…[Read more]

  • Abby commented on the post, Soccer is Life! 1 month ago

    I don’t play soccer either, but every time I watch soccer I am amazed by the amount of skill it takes to merely participate in the game. I liked how you mentioned the simplicity of soccer but also capitalized on how complex it is. Here is an article about the physical benefits of soccer. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/04/100406093524.htm

  • Abby commented on the post, Free Thinking America 1 month ago

    Thank you for providing such valuable insight on what you value in America. I agree that our free speech, press, and religion are the most valuable rights that, we as Americans, are granted. Our diverse opinions and backgrounds are a large factor as to why our country is organized in the way that it is. Here is a link that you might like,…[Read more]

  • Reading this post about you was really eye opening. It allowed me to realize that people aren’t what they seem on the outside. When you said, “I don’t reach for the stars i reach for the sky” did you mean that you don’t feel that you have the ability to go above and beyond or did you mean something else? Overall, your piece was really enjoyable a…[Read more]

  • Abby commented on the post, Opioid Crisis 1 month ago

    When you mention, “We as a nation should work to remove the stigma of addiction so people are less scared to get help” is a very powerful idea and it adds a more personal tone to your argument as a whole. How would you suggest that we, as a society work to remove this stigma and how much of an impact do you think this would have on the epidemic as…[Read more]

  • I really like how you presented your idea but perhaps add more detail.

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  • An issue that raises a large amount of concern among society is the legalization of prostitution. Despite the fact that prostitution is a profession that arguably devalues the human body, many people view it as

    • This was one of the most interesting debates in modern society. Prostitution is one of the oldest professions to exist, but has always had the stigma of being an unclean and dirty profession. I wonder what caused you to look deeper into this topic. It is very interesting and how you think this topic affects society. I found a pro and con website on the topic of legalizing prostitution (https://nyln.org/6-principal-pros-and-cons-of-legalizing-prostitution) and it listed many of the reasons you mentioned. This reminded of me a documentary I saw about a large brothel in India. There, the practice is legal. However, the conditions the workers were in seemed just as dirty and unsanitary as working a street corner. I am already very interested in this topic. If you were to add more information of the pros and cons, I will definitely come back and read more.

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