My COM140 Feature Outline

Full Sentence Outline: The Amazing Effects Moving Imagery Has on Its Creators and Audiences I. The feature story having the headline given above will discuss both the positive and negative aspects video/film productions have on their spectators (consumers) and on the filmmakers themselves. A. First of all, the beneficial effects which video content can have on its viewers will be explored. We shall see how … Continue reading My COM140 Feature Outline

The Story of St. Patrick

St. Patrick’s Day which falls on March 17th, is another holiday like Easter, Christmas, and Valentine’s Day whose origins are Catholic. The man that today we call Patrick was born sometime in the late 4th century AD. The exact year and place of his birth are uncertain and debatable. We know he was the son of Calpurnius, a Roman-British deacon, and his wife Conchessa. At … Continue reading The Story of St. Patrick

Captain America: Civil War (2016) Review

Following the Iron Man saga, Captain America: Civil War (2016) marks the closing of the second hero trilogy produced in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and was succeeded by Thor: Ragnarok (2017) which wrapped up Thor’s trilogy. The plotline of Civil War brought strong closure to numerous aspects of the Rogers’ life. The Characters and the Film’s Significance in the MCU Captain America’s pal “Bucky” Barnes … Continue reading Captain America: Civil War (2016) Review

3 Artistic Versions of the Winter Tangerine

Over a week ago, I went outside with a little tangerine. Its soft, peelable shell was a vibrant orange and ever so slightly bumpy. Snow covered the ground. It was late morning, and the sun was shining brightly. The natural lighting was practically perfect! The snow was starting to melt, but it was rather cold nonetheless. The tangerine was to be my subject. I was the … Continue reading 3 Artistic Versions of the Winter Tangerine

Torn from Family and Home

Note: Here is a made-up narrative of a Spanish attack on a village of Pueblo Indians in New Mexico in the late 1500s or 1600s. It is a historical fiction. However, invasions similar to the depiction below did happen. In the late 16th century, most Pueblos had never seen a horse or a metal implement before. Many were killed or made slaves; their food storages … Continue reading Torn from Family and Home

8 Spices and Herbs with Great Health Benefits

In a modern age where the medical professionals often prescribe some form of drugs for many ailments, some doctors and patients have begun re-exploring natural remedies. By “natural remedies,” we are referring to anything provided by Nature that is scientifically known to attack or ward off entities that could be hazardous to one’s health. There are many non-synthetic chemicals in various flora that have such … Continue reading 8 Spices and Herbs with Great Health Benefits