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Editorial for Portfolio- Comp0327

How Much Money is a Child’s Life Worth? Lethal diseases and their pricey medications and treatments have been a consistent point of ethical issue in the United States, and the world as a whole. To fight a disease which is … Continue reading

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Op-Ed Draft- Comp0327

Learning to Adapt in a Burning Habitat As a child, climate change was never a widespread issue that adults emphasized, or that threatened my world as I grew older. I was taught to recycle, that deforestation by corporations was something … Continue reading

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Writing Plan- Comp0327

Thesis: Continuing climate change has caused the continual widespread burning in California, which poses the question: How do we learn to live in a burning world? If we can’t learn, we must work to fix changing climates. Background: Climate change … Continue reading

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Practice Op-Ed: Comp0327

Facial Recognition Technology has changed the lives of Americans by making them a part of every crime investigation and security tape. By having databases full of pictures of the faces of each and every American citizen that law enforcement officers … Continue reading

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Editorial Draft-Comp0327

How Much Money is a Child’s Life Worth? Lethal diseases and their pricey medications and treatments have been a consistent point of ethical issue in the United States, and the world as a whole. To fight a disease which is … Continue reading

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LTE For Portfolio- Comp0327

To the editor: Re: “Who’s Missing From Breast Cancer Trials? Men, Says the F.D.A.” Published September 9, 2019. I was fourteen years old when the term ‘Breast Cancer’ was first introduced to me and my family. My aunt was forty-three … Continue reading

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Summary-Com0327

Vaping: The Cure or the Disease? Vaping began as the “cure” to smoking. Instead of inhaling harmful tobacco and all of the chemicals accompanying it in cigarettes, the public turned to vaping as the first successful means of quitting their … Continue reading

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