Category Archives: KraemerCali Portfolio

OpEd Portfolio- kraemercali

It has been a long going discussion, with many people advocating for it and others refuting any argument made in favor of it. There is no question about it, and as times are changing the reality is striking many people … Continue reading

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Reflective Statement- kraemercali

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. After writing papers for most of my life, whether it be in high school … Continue reading

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Editorial for Portfolio- kraemercali

Let Athletes Live Sports are a very big part of the American lifestyle today. These athletes that excel in their sport are therefore placed on a very high pedestal. They are constantly in the public eye and must watch their … Continue reading

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Op Ed Draft- kraemercali

It has been a long going discussion, with many people advocating for it and others refuting any argument made in favor of it. There is no question about it, and as times are changing the reality is striking many people … Continue reading

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editorial draft- kraemercali

Let Athletes Live Sports are a very big part of the American lifestyle today. These athletes that excel in their sport are therefore placed on a very high pedestal. They are constantly in the public eye and must watch their … Continue reading

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LTE for portfolio—kraemercali

The Death PenaltyIn Lincoln Caplan’s writing The Random Horror of the Death Penalty he discredits the Supreme Court and claims that it has failed to ban the death penalty “as it should.” Throughout his article he focuses on Conneticut’s judicial system and … Continue reading

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LTE Draft 1- kraemercali

In Lincoln Caplan’s writing The Random Horror of the Death Penalty he discredits the Supreme Court and claims that it has failed to ban the death penalty “as it should.” Throughout his article he focuses on Conneticut’s judicial system and … Continue reading

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