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The Letter View Comment
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  • March 1, 2018

Christy, I really liked your letter to Dr. Rios because it explained exactly why you thought his book, and life, was an accomplishment. It seems like he has been through some difficult times and worked his best to reach his potential, and you have found that message in the book....

Mason, I really liked how you turned the bystander effect, something usually referred to in situations dealing with crime, into something that effects us all, global warming. It is a topic that I wouldn't have originally put under the category of bystander effect, but it makes sense. We haven't don't...

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“Why I’m Picky as Hell” View Comment
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  • February 23, 2018

Kadijah, I liked your story about how you had a difficult time deciding which color of vans to get. I think it has sort of an underlying message, whether it was intentional or not, that sometimes we make decisions and regret them later on. And your solution to this was...

Olivia, I really liked how you explained why athletes may need to paid more for insurance, injury, and career span reasons. Its something that we often don't think about when we talk about how much athletes get paid. I think we look at the number and can't even fathom...

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The Bystander Effect View Comment
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  • February 15, 2018

Mason, I thought your post was interesting since we are all guilty of not standing up for others or being a bystander. I really liked how you gave an example of this situation by describing the Kitty Genovese story. I think its crazy that 38 people saw this attack happening,...

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Name Memoir – Octavio View Comment
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  • February 15, 2018

Octavio, I liked your insight about your name. I thought it was interesting how each of your names have an origin and you feel connected to them. Like Padilla, your moms maiden name, since you grew up with her siblings and feel connected to them and thus really like the...

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You Can Picture The Struggle… View Comment
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  • February 12, 2018

Victor, I liked your thoughtful commentary on the book you have been reading. It is always helpful to try and understand text on deeper levels to catch hidden meanings and metaphors. If this is something you are interested in, I recommend reading, "How to Read Literature Like a Professor" by...

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Mental Health Stigma View Comment
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  • February 9, 2018

Hi Cicely! I thought your article was really interesting because of the facts you backed it up with. I agree that mental health is a huge issue in our society today, especially in Utah. I have a friend who moved from California and was diagnosed with SAD a year after...

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Where I’m From View Comment
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  • February 2, 2018

Hi Meless! I really enjoyed reading your poem. I liked the repetition when you said I am from... it helps to convey a stronger message. It also helps with comparison, like when you said, "Whose mighty ancestors stifled the attempt of conquest" but then said, "I am from a land...

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Gun violence in Philadelphia View Comment
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  • February 1, 2018

Hi Tyler! I thought your video was really interesting because it made the situation more real. We hear about gun violence everyday in the news and have unfortunately become numb to these types of issues. But watching your interviews brings back human emotion. Gun violence effects everyone and it is...

Jerrilee, I thought your article was interesting and your ideas on what an American citizen is. I am interested in what you said towards the end of your article about people from different countries immigrating to America. Its a topic that is causing a lot of commotion right now in...

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The Importance of Education View Comment
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  • January 12, 2018

Mason, I found your ideas on why education is important interesting. Many people think the only reason we should pursue education at a young age is to go to college and get a job, but your ideas on ending poverty, bettering the health of society, and creating opportunities added to...

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Rights Americans Deserve View Comment
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  • December 12, 2017

Hi Geovany, I really liked your ideas on equality in America. I found it interesting how you gave the reason and throughly explained why you believe each of your statements what true, which makes for a convincing argument. I would like to hear more about your opinion of women rights...

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Our Purposes View Comment
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  • December 11, 2017

Hi Mason, I thought your post was very interesting because it combined societies expectations with the actual desire of people living in the society. https://keydifferences.com/difference-between-culture-and-society.html this link was interesting because it categorized peoples own beliefs and purposes as an entirely different category than societies beliefs and purposes. I thought it...

Mason, I found your topic very interesting because it is inevitable that we pass judgements onto others. We can't avoid this which makes it very difficult to change our perceptions of others after first impressions. The analogy with someone cutting you off to get to the hospital was interesting because...

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Taking a Stand for Injustice View Comment
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  • November 9, 2017

Hi Drew, I found your topic very interesting, its a topic I too have wrote about before. One of the most interesting things from this situation is that there was more controversy when only Colin Kaepernick kneeled for the signing of the Nation Anthem a year or two back, than...

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How the Brain Craves Sadness View Comment
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  • October 19, 2017

Hi Max I really liked your post. It was really interesting how you described it as a craving that humans have for sadness. Many people might contradict your idea because they feel like they don’t like that feeling but I think it is more subconscious. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/where-science-meets-the-steps/201403/are-you-addicted-unhappiness?amp was interesting because...

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About me, Alexandria View Comment
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  • October 19, 2017

Alexandria I thought your post was very interesting! I have always loved Denver too. I liked how you described how your various moves affect you in your social, personal, educational, and family life. I think that it is a major turning point in your life as you stated. But...

Heather, I liked the topic you chose to post about. I thought it was interesting how you focused on the inequality that women have faced and still face as part of the American Creed. I have similar viewpoints as you in this area so it was interesting to read...

Hi Jerome! I found your topic interesting because it is a topic I have researched in the past. I think your idea that there may be a solution is feasible, but I also believe there is a possibility that the NFL won't exist in the next 20 or 30 years....

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Women in Technology View Comment
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  • October 2, 2017

Hi Valeria! I love your topic for your research project. One of my goals to to become a cardiologist, and currently only 15 percent of all US Cardiologists are women. Not only is the number of females to males in any given field are usually different, but there is...

Hi Amran, I think the issue you are addressing is very important in our world today. Many small businesses are being shut down due to the lack of customers. This is because customers cn go to the bigger businesses and buy the same products for less. It seems more convenient...

Hi Cami! I agree with your idea that art classes are beneficial to students. I went to a public middle school and many of our art classes were cut after my 7th grade year. Fortunately, my high school offers many art classes. I found this article http://www.onlinecolleges.net/10-salient-studies-on-the-arts-in-education/ interesting because...

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Making Money V.S. Making Friends View Comment
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  • September 22, 2017

Sophia, I thought your idea was very interesting, especially the part where you explain how many people determine self worth based on belongings. Yet we need money to afford the basics, but people define basics different ways. Some people would say money and friendship are not related, nor is...

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