Category Archives: Comp0327 Portfolio

Reflective—Comp0327

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. I often researched topics deeply before writing about them and publishing work about these … 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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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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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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LTE Draft-Comp0327

Insert Title Here 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 … Continue reading

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