• Has the talk of things like building a border wall or the administration’s latest travel ban made people feel more afraid or safer?

    For the past year and a half Donald Trump has been polluting conversations. H

  • Hi Jayla-
    I found your post very interesting. I agree with a lot of the points that you made above, particularly ” When the whites discriminate against the blacks, or immigrants from other countries, they are not following through with the whole idea that America was built on.”. Although, I think when you solely categorize white people as the…[Read more]

  • Oliver-
    This is a very interesting point. I agree, I think the fact that social media is so prevalent holds a terrifying tone. One quote that really stood out to me was, “Talking on social media is like writing an essay for class. You get to proof read it as many times as you desire to make sure you say the best thing.” because this is more than…[Read more]

  • Hi Nishan-
    I found your post very intriguing and well written. However, I do not necesarily agree with you. While college level basketball players, along with other collegiate athletes are extremely talented, I do not think that they are subject to pay. Ultimately I believe that if you are to be paid for your athletci ability you should be an…[Read more]

  • Hi Maggie!
    I found your post very interesting. I especially found “When killing victims, brain scans show that they never develop a form of attachment or belonging to the world which makes it easier to kill.” fascinating. The thought of what makes a serial killer kill/who they are has crossed my mind. While I realized that bullying and the nature…[Read more]

  • Emily wrote a new post, Where I’m From 1 month ago

    I’m from bleak winters and sizzling summers
    I’m from clouds of pollution dusting the valley and billows of snow decorating the trees
    I’m from barefoot barbecues, fourth of july parades, and wiggling toes in ski b

    • Emily,
      I love honest pieces of writing like this. You shared all the things that make you you, and I’m proud of you mentioning PJ’s death. What happened made us into the people we are today and a lot of us are still struggling with it. It’s brave of you to openly share the affect he had on you. Thank you for sharing such an honest piece.

  • Hi Walter!
    You bring up some really good points here. While factory owners, those that litter, and others who are careless about our environment are largely to blame for air pollution I do not think they are the only people contributing to this global issue. Unfortunately polluters are all around us: you, me, our friends, family members, etc.…[Read more]

  • Hi Carter-
    I thought this post was interesting considering that the integration of laptops is something that effects us all here at Judge. I too have wondered if having laptops in the classroom is helping or hindering our learning ability. While the school wifi has blocked numerous networks to keep us focused, i think it is safe to say that…[Read more]

  • What if the energy we emit has a color? Psychic’s and Physicists alike claim that the energy we are composed of ultimately sheds a hue. It’s like a mood ring, but bigger, better, and more accurate . However, the

    • Dear Emily,
      I am intrigued by your post because I’ve always thought that aura’s are not credible. However, you’ve provided information on how we can capture proof of these auras. One thing you said that stands out for me is: “However, are these auras merely a demonstration of temperature/light/energy compounds being released from our body’s, or are they accurate descriptions of our current emotional state?” I think this is interesting because you’re showing how unbiased you are in terms of the legitimacy of auras. I also wonder if the compounds you have listed are correlated to one’s emotional state.
      Regards,
      Huong Nguyen

  • Lillie-
    I thnk your writing is excellent and I agreed with/liked some of the ideas you posed here. However, while I do believe that times of trouble/chaos/trauma/etc bring people together, there is still a divide. America is a great country for oppprotunity and diversity , but we still hold a particular separation between certain groups, opinions,…[Read more]

  • Amanda-
    I agree with the points you brought up in this post. I think that President Trump has not done his part as the leader of the United States to ensure the fair treatment of all individuals as well as condemn those that were active members in the Charlottesville rallies. I too hope that our elected leaders (especially Trump) will look at…[Read more]

  • Aleah-
    While I think this is an important topic, many people do not talk about it. It is great you are trying to find statistics for community college graduates with proper paying/ sustainable jobs, I think it would also be interestig to look at the percent of community college attendees that are recruited by larger schools for athletics, and…[Read more]

  • Among my peers/ in my school this seems to be a very popular topic for debate. I think it is very interesting that you are researching this, and I would be fascinated to see what you find; not only through the survey, but also through your other sources. I decided to search this topic and I found these articles…[Read more]

  • Montana-
    I think this is a fascinating topic with many different studies similar to what you are researching. I found your facts about scrolling harming our spinal cords very interesting. While you included information about ‘addiction’ to our phones and loss of sleep, I think it would be beneficial for you to look up possible increases in…[Read more]

  • Emma, I love this post. Similarly, I have experienced something close to this. While I was in agreement throughout the whole post, I found paragraph three particularly compelling. When you said, “I fear that without my illness, the process of becoming the person I am today would be significantly delayed if not altogether prevented.”. I couldn’t…[Read more]

  • According to guardian.com the rate of narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) has increased drastically in the past ten years. Numerous studies conveyed by universities and psychologists have tried to correlate

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