About four years ago, there was these three brothers who were dominating High School basketball. It was Lonzo, LaMelo, and LiAngelo Ball. They were known as the Ball Brothers. Their father, Lavar Ball, trained them their entire life to become great basketball players. Together, they were in the national news. Today, they were in the National CHampionship, attempting to add on to their legacy.
The world has a lot of coffee drinkers and many coffee shops to accommodate these people’s needs. There are so many coffee shops that sometimes it’s hard to choose where to go. I have personally experienced many different coffee shops and they are all the same, calm music, sit down places, with the same variety of coffee. I have found a shop that is different, it’s now my favorite place to go for coffee. It just so happens to be Dutch Bros Coffee.
Founding Brothers, written by the illustrious Joseph J. Ellis and winner of the Pulitzer prize, is an extraordinary combination of perspectives from several founding fathers. Ellis seeks to give understanding into the people behind the acts that grant Americans the freedom they so greatly boast of, but also, Ellis seeks to show a few of the shortcomings, be they nationally detrimental or otherwise, of America’s founding fathers. Ellis, however, sums up an interesting insight into these men with his words, “The old adage applies: Men make history, and the leading members of the revolutionary generation realized they were doing so, but they can never know the history they are making” (4).
The 20th century saw a shift in dance as new forms were created and artists began entertaining audiences in new ways. The rise of Jazz music and the swing era allowed a couple of tap dancers, commonly known as the Nicholas Brothers, to gain fame. The Nicholas Brothers questioned what dance could be by pushing the human body to the limits the likes of which had not been seen before. Other innovations in their dance such as their vernacular style, informal training, and unique musicality directly opposed many of the virtues of classical ballet. Through my own interpretations of their work as well as through the use of primary and secondary sources it is clear to see that the Nicholas Brothers opposed classical ballet through their style, musicality,
“Founding Brothers” by Joseph J. Ellis Is a novel that describes the Founding father’s problems and achievement throughout their time. The book shows how the different founding fathers, in this book called founding “brothers”, had different views on how the United States should end up in the future. The different views on how America should be run will be from the political leaders like Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, George Washington, Aaron Burr, Abigail Adams, and Benjamin Franklin. Ellis argues that the formation of the United States that we have today was not preordained but rather established by the founding fathers when they resolved issues like Slavery and federalism.
Brother Money called the meeting to order at 2:15 pm. He introduced the two CMPD Officers (Officer M. Deal #0701 and Officer J. Mullis #2138) The Officers talked about the motorcycle laws (General Statue 20-158 Law) The two Officers talked about the amount of time that you had to wait at a stop light before turning on a red light. Three minutes is the time limit if all was clear and no one is in the crosswalk. Brother Money informed the Brothers that Road Captains pulling out in front of traffic was impeding the flow of traffic. The two Officers reinforced what Brother Money was saying. Brother Money talked about the confusion with the Law and people not understanding rules. Officer Mullis talked about our rights as a Club. Brother
“The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing”, quoted the famous Albert Einstein. Most people don’t care what happens to others who need the help. Luckily, we invented food banks, Wounded Warrior Project, and plenty of other things. I would like to be part of National Junior Honor Society because the very origin of the society came from service. I realize that to be a part of the society, I will need to work hard to get where I want to be.
I believe that my involvement in the National Junior Honors Society could change my future significantly. It is an outstanding opportunity to develop many skills that can be used in high school, college, and my future career. It will improve my leadership abilities, oral skills, and will give me the chance to work with many other people. I understand how prestigious this program is and I am prepared to be a member of this very beneficial organization.
Bryan Johnson: a son, a brother, a uncle, a friend, a lover, a athlete and outdoor enthusiast. Bryan Johnson is a man with many hats, depending on the day you may see several of these. When he is not working, Bryan loves to be in the outdoors or spend time with his family. Bryan is tough as nails, however, on the inside he is softer then cotton candy.
When Bobby Adedge was 18 years old, he had already won two Olympic gold medals. By the time he was twenty-two, he had been a well-known goalie on a prestigious professional hockey team. He had married an even more famous supermodel, who had her own budding career as an actress. He was thought to be smart, having invented the first dissolvable hockey puck, which was great for planet Earth and recycling, but not-so-good when hockey games went into overtime, the puck often melting onto the ice before the game was over. His inventor-phase was short-lived.
In today’s society, a good quality education is an important and valuable necessity. As a college student at Lone Star College, my college experience has greatly influenced me in an enormous amount of ways. By attending college, I have not only had a chance to receive a quality education and degree, but also an opportunity to socialize and interact with various people from different cultures. In addition, the professors on campus have been extremely helpful towards teaching me to succeed in both inside and outside the class room. Furthermore, my college experience at Lone Star has greatly influenced and encouraged me to be successful and achieve my dream of becoming a doctor.
A toddler in Virginia Beach, Virginia was recently reported missing. Twenty minutes after she was reported missing, she was found in a neighbor's pool. She died in the hospital a short time later. Kevin Dillard was the person who found the little girl in his pool. He did not know the girl. Even though he did not know the girl personally, he was devastated by her death.
I came into Norwalk Community College looking for a fresh start. I previously attended a 4 year university that became too much for me; attending school full-time, working 30 hours per week while trying to enjoy the college experience. At the cost of an “experience” I ended up failing most of my classes, putting my health at risk drowned by the tremendous amount of stress and just wanted to completely give up. Looking for a fresh start I decided to leave my University, and attend Norwalk Community College. Though this decision created self-doubt in the beginning, it soon came to my realization that it was the best decision I ever made. Immersed in an environment full of positive people, I was able to put my pieces back together.
As stated before, psychology is a form of self-expression, and a form of visual communication. The way one dresses may put one in a fashion subcategory. These subcategories are thought of as a whole and are subject to judgment and discrimination of sorts. For example, a person with many tattoos and a vintage style of clothing may be viewed as a “hipster”, and hence the viewer may assume many things of the individual. The fit of garments say many things about oneself. Made-to-fit clothing on men in the business world is more respectable than non-tailored clothes. With women, skirt suits create the balance between attractiveness and masculinity in order to appear respectable, much more than the overly aggressive pant suit. One may see the effect of clothing when one researches on how to dress for an interview in order to make an impression upon the hiring manager.