It’s the end!

Yay, it’s almost the end of the school year. The AP Language and Composition class has been an absolute joy, it has challenged me in oh so many different ways and pushed me to think critically, be more attentive, analyze different texts, read with a keen eye and also speak more confidently. I took this … More It’s the end!

Approach to Abortion

The topic of abortion, is, without a doubt one of the most controversial global topics today. Whether you are pro-choice or pro-life, this topic generates many emotions among the people. Politicians use this subject to get votes, while others avoid it so they don’t lose votes. Pro-lifers wish to preserve and save the lives of … More Approach to Abortion

Who would you blame?

Othello, like all of Shakespeare’s plays, specifically the tragedies, is brilliantly complex and painfully intriguing. Throughout the play, Shakespeare allows the audience to experience the extremes of pity and fear, sympathy and repulsion, sickening hope and dreadful expectation. Before going on to discuss the play, please note that this post contains spoilers so I would … More Who would you blame?

Logical Fallacies

In many articles we read, videos we watch or speeches we hear, arguments are masked in logical fallacies that lack objectivity and aim to strategically manipulate and fool the audience. It is important not only to avoid using logical fallacies in our arguments but also to notice and recognize logical fallacies that are sneakily used … More Logical Fallacies

Love.

What is wrong with the world? What is that one problem that leads to a snowball effect and causes all problems? We live in a world that is so competitive, where everyone’s goals and purpose in life seem to be about achieving more, succeeding more and wanting more. But is that what truly matters? Corporations … More Love.

Into the Wild

“It is the experiences, the memories, the great triumphant joy of living to the fullest extent in which real meaning is found.” Chris McCandless (Krakauer 37) Nature and the wilderness is “something savage and awful, though beautiful” (Henry David Thoreau). Its untamable qualities and beauty has aroused and drawn many towards it and has offered … More Into the Wild