Category Archives: Non-Fiction

A Wordy Worthy Read

If a journey of one thousand miles begins with a single step, the road to understanding the struggles of literary pursuit in education begin with Mark Edmundson’s essay Why Read? A relatively short work in terms of length it none … Continue reading

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Class of 2014

There are things. Things I should Do. But now, At this Moment, I choose to celebrate! Because tomorrow is just tomorrow, And Now Is All that matters. On December 11, 2014 this 52-year-old grandmother will receive her BA in Humanities! … Continue reading

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And Why – a thought on equality

Who proclaims What song plays; When love asks Where shall we dance? Dana and Mary….Congratulations on your engagement from your cousin here in Arkansas. 🙂

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Booty Calls…..A Comprehensive Look at the United States Legal System’s Illogical Treatment of Prostitution

The thirteenth amendment of the Constitution of the United States of America specifically prohibits slavery and involuntary servitude except as punishment for a crime yet, the current system of morality based law governing prostitution continues to hold select citizens captive … Continue reading

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The Deconstruction of a Modern Myth

Consider yourself officially blogged into the Humanities Program at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Dan Brown’s contemporary novel, The DaVinci Code blends the lines between fact and fiction and builds a case against one of humanity’s most widely … Continue reading

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Give Your Mom a Raise, She earned it.

Here I go again, off on another issue dealing with Women’s Rights.  Just writing that sentence makes me smile because I am the same woman who once said, “Gloria Steimen ruined it for the rest of us” and “I would … Continue reading

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