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Reflective – morra2024

Core Value 1. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. This course was unlike any other English class I’d taken before. It is only … Continue reading

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Better Left Unsaid — morra2024

1) When the parents of a man or woman haven’t voted in their lifetimes, then their child is not as likely to vote than they would be if he or she had been brought up in a household where the … Continue reading

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Robust verbs — morra2024

There is a huge problem in Vancouver with heroin addicts committing crimes to support their habits. The “free heroin for addicts” program is doing everything they can to stop the addicts. The problem is that there is a large crime … Continue reading

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Op-Ed for Portfolio — morra2024

WE ARE BIG BROTHER The future does not look bright: a dystopia is inevitably imminent. Worst of all, it is going to be our own creation. Mankind’s existing culture of “self-surveillance” is the biggest contributing factor to the dystopia’s development. … Continue reading

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Op-Ed Draft — morra2024

WE ARE BIG BROTHER The future does not look bright: a dystopia is inevitably imminent. Worst of all, it is going to be our own creation. The combination of consumerism and manmade surveillance technologies will turn us into hedonistic screen … Continue reading

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Editorial for Portfolio — morra2024

THE GREAT LEADER ISN’T SO GREAT AFTER-ALL Just hours after the Trump-Kim “summit” designed to break the deadlock over the mutual nuclear disarmament, North Korean tyrant Kim Jong Un violated all trust by launching missiles in Japan’s direction. Ever since … Continue reading

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Writing Plan — morra2024

Thesis: If nothing today changes, Huxley’s dystopia is our imminent and inevitable future, created as a result of modern consumerism, backed by the surge of mass surveillance technologies, turning us into a herd of hedonistic screen addicts. Background and Evidence: … Continue reading

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