• Sean wrote a new post, Research Inquiry 1 month ago

    Exams often do little more than measure a person’s ability to take exams. Should exams be outlawed in favor of another form of assessment? This is a large issue in the world today as many institutions and c

    • Hey Sean, I think this is a great idea for a paper. This idea has more than enough information create the long informative essay we are looking for. Not only should you look into whether or not tests help, but the alternative options too.
      I don’t think standardized testing is the route to judge how well students are doing, but what’s our other option? I did a piece on this for the paper last year, so let me know if you ever want to use it. Nice beginning Sean, and good luck!

  • I agree Deepu, Schools and Colleges rely on Grades unnecessarily much and it should be disbanded and they should find a new system of Judging ones intelligence. I myself suffer from poor grades but everyone around me says I am very intelligent. So I wish they did use another way.


    Metal Heals

    Heavy Metal. While most in modern day society view this genre of music as brash, vulgar, loud, politically biased… the list goes on. To sum it up, they view it negatively. But to avid listeners to

    • I find it very interesting how you take apart and show the effect a genre of music can have on the listener. I have heard many of the stereotypes you have talked about and have a new perspective on these thanks to this article.

    • Sean,
      I thought it was interesting when you quoted, “people who chose to be pissed off actually showed a greater sense of well-being overall than the people who avoided feelings of unpleasantness,” because I see how positive impact in letting that negative energy out. I was apart of the population that assumed that those who listened to heavy metal were angry people. On bad days when I’m not feeling too hot, I put on some heavy metal to get it all out. Until my personal experience, I would have stayed away from the head banging music but I urge people to give it a listen. Thanks for writing and I’m looking forward to hearing from you soon.

  • My Favorite Word was created by the creators of the British science fiction Sitcom Red Dwarf. This word is called “Smeg”. Not to be confused with the vulgar term smegma which is not the meaning of Smeg. A

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