Category Archives: Op-ed for Portfolio

Op-Ed For Portfolio – DrippyDoughnut

MORE LAWS WON’T STOP VAPING Ask a teen what a juul is and I guarantee you nine out of ten times the ten will know what it is and its fact about 1/4 of them juul themselves. With many people … Continue reading

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Op-Ed for Portfolio-lazybear8

One Developed Country’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure. Plastic is not the enemy of man. The “evil” substance is saving many industries in Southeast Asia. In 2017 China’s waste restrictions allowed for other parts of Southeast Asia to step in … Continue reading

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Op-Ed for Portfolio – imagination

The misuse of and addiction to opioids is a serious national crisis that affects public health and had claimed the lives of many Americans each year and we are scrambling to find the right way to address this crisis.  A … Continue reading

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Op-Ed for Portfolio- 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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Op-Ed for Portfolio

Why should we legalize marijuana? The legalization of marijuana is at constant rise in the United States. In recent years marijiana has become legal in some states for either medical use and recreation or both. In New Jersey the possession … Continue reading

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Op-Ed For Portfolio – Bane1900

Take Me Out to the Ballgame Walking into a baseball stadium, fans are overwhelmed with the smell of roasting peanuts, the flashing of cameras, and the loud echoes of die-hard fans cheering on their team. Booing at a baseball game … 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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