Monthly Archives: May 2013

So, Remember Bitcoin?….

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Reflective Statement-Taylor Brody

Writing with Passion After taking College Composition I with Professor Hodges last semester, there was no doubt in my mind whose Composition II course I was going to take. I learned so much last semester, and I wanted to improve … Continue reading

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Research Position-Taylor Brody

Friendship is Magic Colorful ponies, friendship and magic: these are all characteristics of what most would call a television show for young girls. However, the one show on the air that features all three of these components, My Little Pony: Friendship … Continue reading

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Portfolio (Grade) Conferences

The schedule I copied from the whiteboard looks like this: TUE MAY 07 Rory O’Connell Mike Middleton Justin Baker Joe Passalacqua Kirsten Smith Jodi Dziedzic Kailee Whiting Adam Tutolo Brianne Waters Nicole Clark THU MAY 09 Brent Adkins Kevin Buttari … Continue reading

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Reflective – Rory O’Connell

In the beginning of this semester I had no idea what to expect from this class. I knew that it was a writing class that would have me think differently, and I knew that there would be several smaller papers that would … Continue reading

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Reflective Statement – Anthony Matias

The Last Piece of The Cake I have never pushed more as a writer or thinker in any of my previous classes.  This semester I was challenged with unique topics and a new class format in terms of the blog. … Continue reading

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Reflective Statement – Adam Tutolo

Surviving Comp II, One Step at a Time This semester in college composition II I was pushed to the max level of my creativity. I have learned to express my opinions much clearer and easier. This class was challenging, but … Continue reading

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