Tobias Wolff was born on June 19th, 1945 in Birmingham, Alabama. He is the second son of Arthur Samuels Wolff and Rosemary Loftus Wolff. At age five, Tobias faced a family breakup where he and his mother separated from his father and older brother, Geoffrey, due to the instability his father kept in his family life. Wolff and his mother constantly moved. They lived first in Florida, then moved to Utah in 1955, and finally settled in the Pacific Northwest, where his mother remarried a troublesome man, Dwight Hansen. They lived in Newhalem, Washington with Hansen and his three children. Wolff attended Concrete High School until he left for Hill School in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, where he faked his references to be accepted. He attended Hill School for a year but did not graduate and instead ended up joining the military for four years. Wolff’s family also did not reunite until 1961 when he saw his older brother and father after eleven years. From 1964 to 1968, Wolff served in the U.S. Army Special Forces, where he was assigned his post in Vietnam.
R/s DeRon reported that his mother was mad because he missed the bus. R/s DeRon said his mother hit him in the back with her fist. R/s DeRon once reported that his mother and three-year-old brother hits on him.
On April 25th, 2018 Erick Davila a 31-year-old black male was executed in the Texas State Prison for two murders. The victims were two black females, one a five-year-old named Queshawn and her Grandmother Annette. The killings happened at a children’s birthday party in Fort Worth Texas with intended target of Jeffery Stevenson a local gang rival of Erick. Erick was on death row 9 years prior to his execution doing everything he could to get the ruling overturned due to his claims of drug use. The U.S. Supreme Court rejected his pleas due to evidence of him having intentions to kill a various amount of people. Erick claimed to mistakenly kill the two victims while intending to kill two other gang rivals.
Ruben Hinojosa is a democrat politician with a liberal ideology, he was born and educated in south Texas. To be more precise, he was born in Edcouch TX in a wealthy family owner of H&H foods, a food processing company. He graduated from the university of Austin and from UTPA with business degrees.
Only May 30 1969, sixteen-year-old David Milgaard was falsely convicted for the murder of Gail Miller. He was sentenced a life imprisonment for someone else’s crime. His friends turning on him due to drugs, police failing to look into statements and lies for money all lead to Milgaard being sentenced to a life imprisonment.
Erik Jensen was one of Nathan Ybanez’ friends, who had a very good childhood, and just ended up in the wrong place at the wrong time. While Nathan was killing his mother, Erik (who was waiting in the car for Nathan) decided to see what was taking him so long. He entered the house and caught the last 1-2 minutes of the incident. Subsequent to the murder, Erik helped Nathan and his friend Brett clean up the house and carry the body to the trunk of Nathan’s car. Considering that Erik did not assist Nathan with the actual killing, I would punish him as a youth with tampering with evidence. Initially, I would order him to complete 1 year of rehabilitative custody, at the Ponoka Hospital to allow doctors to deal with any emotional trauma that he
Jamie Manok was born on April 16th 2002 in Fresno, California. Her middle name is Rose. Her mother’s name is Merry and her dads name is Jack. She has one brother and his name is Jackson. She lives near the school Forkner. She is also an animal lover and has two dogs named Yankee and Gunner. Yankee is a Maltese and Gunner is a Golden Retriever. She also has a cat whose name is max and he doesn’t have a tail.
Did you know that over six million Jews were killed in the Holocaust (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum)? Knud Peterson was one of many that lived in the Holocaust time period. Although he was a young boy, nothing stopped him from making a difference.
Beethoven once said, “Music should strike fire from the heart of man, and bring tears from the eyes of a woman.” I find this quote to be very true because many of Shapiro’s pieces that I have listened to has made me feel many emotions. A good composer will fill ears with music, but, a great composer will fill hearts with music. According to a 2010 interview, an interview asked Shapiro “what kind of composer are you?” and she replied “a wonderful composer!” I love her enthusiasm and sense of humor; Shapiro later followed up her response to that question and stated that she is a heartfelt composer, who writes in all genres and styles. Alex Shapiro was born in New York City in 1962, and she was brought up in Manhattan. She moved to Los Angeles in 1983, where she stayed for 24 years. Shapiro studied at The Juilliard School and The Manhattan School of Music, in fact, that is where she realized she loved composing acoustic and electroacoustic music (“Landscape Music”). Although Alex Shapiro is not as well known as some composers, she still has a great musical history, and she is still hard at work with new projects.
Davis Renzelmann is a senior this year at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Over the past few years Renzelmann has put in a lot of time and effort into his degree. This spring he will be graduating with a double major, specializing in Public Relations and Psychology. He is excited to get out in the real world and make an impact working in the media.
Bernard Freyberg was a British born soldier with a total of 9 medals including a VC. But what do young men really look for in a male role model? This essay will show that Bernard Freyberg is an excellent role model and a good choice to have one of our Houses named after him. Freyberg is an ideal role model for young men at TBC and here is why.
If you would ask me now who my favorite artist was people might guess Laura Osnes or Sierra Boggess, while I find those two to be amazing artist they aren’t my role model. My role model is Jeremy Jordan, after attending Finding Neverland at the American Repertory Theatre in Boston I wanted to know more about Jeremy. I started listening to other shows he was in and fell in love with the characters he portrayed. After going through all of his broadway career I started watching some of the movies he’s been in. I began watching this one “Joyful Noise” as the movie went on I learned that one of the characters had a diagnosis of Aspergers like myself. As the movie went on I saw how Jeremy’s character understood how this character felt, to me it made
Dennis Nilsen grew up feeling isolated from his parents and both his older and younger sisters. When his parents got divorced when Dennis was five years old, he was sent to live with his grandparents. Dennis had always been close with his grandfather. Some years later when his grandfather passed away, Dennis was devastated. When he saw his grandfather lying in the casket at the funeral, something in his mind snapped; this moment may have led to his malicious behavior. Dennis would later go on to murder twelve people and attempt to murder several others before being arrested in 1983. Dennis was sentenced to life in name of prison, where he still sits today.