Clea DuVall

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  • Student Diversity Reflection

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    Despite our Department’s social justice mission and our explicit diversity, my experiences as a black-Latino male has been counter to the principles we espouse. Allow me to explain. White faculty members’ have intentionally deemphasized my academic credentials, undermined me with students, and are among those who initially characterized me based on my racial identity. To illustrate, Mr. Paul Sivak created a slide to introduce faculty during the 2016 New Student Orientation that included the degrees/credentials

  • Spiritual Elements In The Film Dr. Stephen Strange

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    From Doctor to Protector Imagine if you were told to forget everything you think you know. Imagine yourself knowing that you are one of the smartest people in the world and you are the best at what you do and some stranger comes along and makes you feel like you are the dumbest person existing. This is the fate that befell neurosurgeon Dr. Stephen Strange in the movie Dr. Strange, directed by Scott Derrickson. In a twist of the tale that combines both spiritual elements and the modern world, director

  • Alexandria In Justine

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    The representation of Alexandria in Lawrence Durrell’s Justine In his novel, Justine, Lawrence Durrell gives his readers a new version of Alexandria, claiming that this is the “real city”. The novel would arouse many questions to an Alexandrian reader’s mind; does Durrell factually represent the Cosmopolitan city of the time? Do his characters reflect the kind of life which the Alexandrian inhabitants had back then? Or is he giving, throughout Justine, a parallel mythical city which

  • What Is The Critique Of The Marvel Movie Doctor Strange

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    Critique Imagine, that the world you’ve lived in, and known for your entire life was; in fact, a completely different world that you knew nothing about at all. A world that consisted of multiple dimensions and sorcerers protecting our world from evils that subsist in other realms. In this exact moment, you could be standing in the middle of a battle happening in a mirror image and not even know it. After viewing Marvel Film Doctor Strange, the graphics will have you questioning if all these things

  • Second Order Information

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    Anthrcul101 Sec 033 First Writing Assignment PROMPT 1: In her chapter “How Do You Know”, Ilana Gershon introduces the concept of second order information. Second order information refers to the conjecture of the background information or concealed meaning of a communicated message. The communicated message’s phrases are analyzed beyond their initial literal meanings in order to decipher any expectations or intentions the message may deliver. Various mediums of communication allow for different ways

  • Chromatography Lab Used to Examine Spinach and Red Cabbage

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    Chromatography Lab In this chromatography lab filter paper was used to examine the different pigments of spinach and red cabbage. There were two hypotheses for both plants. The hypothesis for the red cabbage was that there would be multiple pigments evident. The hypothesis for the spinach was similar in that there would be different pigments present. Both hypotheses were accepted in that there were multiple pigments found on the filter paper of each sample. Major scientific concepts in this

  • Thomas Robinson was an American Artist of the Popular Piece, Noonday Rest

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    I. Description Thomas Robinson was an American artist between 1834 and 1888. Noonday Rest is one of his more popular works. It is an oil painting on canvas, with dimensions of 24”x36”. Noonday Rest is in the collection of Worcester Art Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, Bowdin College, and Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Noonday Rest is a painting of the outdoors. The setting of the painting is on a small dirt road in the mountains. There are trees along the sides of the dirt road with mountains in the

  • Essay about Hair Dying

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    Hair Dying As people look around the different cities of our fair country, one might notice that many people nowadays are coloring their hair to cover grey or just for the fun of it. One difference among the younger generation and the older generation is the colors that are chosen for their hair. The younger generation of this day and age seem to prefer wild colors such as Infra Red, Mystic Heather, Deadly Nightshade, Tiger Lily, etc, as self-expression compared to the older generation choosing

  • Paint Learning Experience

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    Why did you choose this particular photo to represent your Learning Experience? I chose this photo because the children truly enjoyed being able to do whatever they wanted with the paint; K really wanted to pour some of the paint directly onto the paper. What the photograph makes visible about the worth of process-oriented, open-ended work for both arts and social studies for preschool children? When children have the freedom to express themselves through a material, they will be more likely

  • Themes And Symbols In Cormac Mccarthy's The Road

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    Symbols that Walk on The Road Certain objects and set pieces in a story can be more influential than others and can help in setting a different mood or tone. These objects are known as symbols and are very prominent in stories like Cormac McCarthy’s, The Road. The Road tells the tale of a man and his son who have found themselves in a post-apocalyptic world. This new setting has caused the temperature to drop and is the catalyst for the start of the character’s journey to the South in search for