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17 Jun 19
ENGL 100

What we did in class, today – After discussing ‘Why Human Trafficking Is Called Modern Day Slavery’, students took the Pearson reading comprehension test. Homework Read ‘Human Trafficking: Exposing the Brutal Organ Trade’ (pp. 443-449 in the Pearson eText) before Sunday, June 23. Complete any Pearson assignments you have not done. The last date to do this is June […]

17 Jun 19
Dominic Sobieralski's Blog Page

  Picture of First FidoNet BBS Homepage Retrieved from http://archive.hmvh.net/txtfiles/interbbs/index.htm   This week’s reading about remediation and delivery really got me to think.  As a child who grew up in the 1980s, I was at the height of the home computer craze and I got to watch first hand at technology and remediation of communication […]

16 Jun 19
Eyns massage

Massage Therapy for Cervical Degenerative Disc Disease: Alleviating a Pain in the Neck? By Rhonda-Marie Avery, BA, RMT Abstract Background: A 66-year-old female client with cervical degenerative disc disease at lateral left facet joint C6/C7 was experiencing symptoms of chronic neck pain accompanied by limited cervical range of motion, as well as radicular left shoulder […]

16 Jun 19
Prof Shaheen's Tutorials in Medicine

What should be done? A spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage is the most “untreatable” of the stroke/brain ischemia episodes. Occurs in about a million people worldwide every year. Primary spontaneous hemorrhage occurs in chronic hypertension or amyloid angiopathy usually from rupture of small vessels. If the bleeding occurs from an intracerebral aneurysm, cavernous hemangioma or tumour etc […]

16 Jun 19
ENGL 100

What we did in class, today – Students were reminded to review their marked midterm exam and to look at their course grade in MyGUST. Students have until the 30th of June to make up any Pearson assignments they have not completed. Students completed the Pearson 3.5 post-test. Homework Read ‘Why Human Trafficking Is Called Modern Day Slavery’ […]

16 Jun 19
Jeremy Gregory ENGL 317 Summer Class Blog

I agree with the author of this article it’s a really great cover letter and very ballsy too.  It seems to me that Hunter Thompson has worked a lot of different jobs with long hours, horrible bosses, and is probably tired of it.  He might have, in the past write cover letter trying his best […]

16 Jun 19
Justin Hild Engl 317

Hunter S. Thompson has one of my favorite writing styles ever. This cover leader is a perfect example of his stream-of-consciousness style writing that has no filter from his thoughts. It was a brilliant cover letter if you look at his career from this point in time, but considering it was written in 1958, he […]

15 Jun 19
Honest Amp Sim Reviews

Daniel Freyberg is the 2nd guitarist in Finland’s Children Of Bodom. #1 – I have to admit, when you joined Children of Bodom, to me, it just made perfect sense given your previous work in Norther and Nother’s similarities with COB. Did it take long to settle in? Me and the band clicked very well […]

15 Jun 19
ENGL 320

As I was looking for more blogs relating to my major and more specifically the public relations field I wish to pursue, I found quite a few websites and authors that provided some very good advice. Meaning I also have an interest in web development I looked around the websites formats. While there were some […]

15 Jun 19
ENGL 320

Hello, my name is Cody and I am Strategic Communications major at NDSU going into my fourth year here. I am also planning to minor in computer science, web development, and possibly business as well. I am also interested in psychology and sociology. Depending on the future I would like to consider going back to […]

15 Jun 19
TM ENGL 2030

Hi there, I’m Tyra. . . yea like Tyra Banks. Some fun facts about me. I’m a Leo sun and a Scorpio moon. I really enjoy hot cheetos and cooking. I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, IL (it’s not exciting at all). My town is surrounded by corn fields and 50% is a […]

14 Jun 19
Brooklyn's Blog

Brooklyn Devenport Mr. Reynolds ENGL 0000-AA0 14 June 2019             Sometimes you have to do what’s best for you and your life, not what’s best for everyone else. I went through many changes in my life, most of them weren’t voluntary. However, at the age of fourteen, this time I initiated the change.              At a very […]

14 Jun 19
Charlize's Portfolio

Eastern Washington University Charlize Muna Professor Natalie Giles ENGL 101