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Causal Essay – Rory O’Connell

Helmets Providing Safety by Preventing Biking It’s not surprising that countries with no helmet laws see much higher numbers in bikers. People tend to feel more criticized about their helmet hair and as a result many people choose to drive when they … Continue reading

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Causal Argument- Brianne Waters

No Child Left Behind and its Detrimental Effects In 2002, the U.S department of education created the No Child Left Behind Act in order to improve not only education as a whole, but also the gap of educational equality between … Continue reading

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Casual Argument – Anthony Matias

Since When Are Pills a Major Food Group? My thesis itself is a causal claim, “multivitamins cause more harm than good,”  and over the past few years studies have provided data that went against common know that dietary supplements are … Continue reading

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Causal Essay- Steve LeBano

The Hidden effects of Hybrids The environmental impact of automobiles has been a concern for many years. Although measures have been taken in the past to reduce the impact of American drivers, such as the emissions control laws of the … Continue reading

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Causal Essay – Billy Kluge

Helpful Harm Suicide and self-harm are often grouped under the same category. People believe that intentional harming of oneself is a suicidal behavior. Realistically, suicide and self harm are two very different actions with very different intentions. The two are both usually a result of depression. … Continue reading

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Causal Essay-Nicole Clark

How the mind works when the body is asleep Sleep is mainly thought of as of relaxation after a long, hard day.  It can also be thought as a great time for the mind/body to rest.  Many people are not … Continue reading

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Causal Argument – Kevin Buttari

To most people, procrastination isn’t the best work ethic to have.  Most psychologists think it’s down-right awful, however, for some reason, we continue to do it.  For something so “horrible”, one would imagine that not many people would practice it. … Continue reading

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