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Final Reflection

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i. I was surprised by how many projects our class has completed. Looking back, it doesn’t seem like we did this many projects. The blog does a good job of displaying all the… Continue reading

Jordan’s Planner

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When I asked Jordan what interesting items she had with her, she didn’t hesitate to pull out a planner. The glossy white cover page was adorned with a black floral pattern. “This is… Continue reading

Maus Reflection

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I wanted to write about the message portrayed in this book. When we think about events like the Holocaust, it is easy to only see numbers. Millions of people involved sounds like a… Continue reading

Little Miss Sunshine

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While watching the movie, the character I found to be most enjoyable was Dwayne. His desire to become a pilot consumed him, and proved to be his only priority. His devotion to Nietzsche… Continue reading

Chapters 11-13

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Chapter 11 : Gain the High Ground Heinrich notes that before beginning an argument, a decision must be made as to what the audience values, specifically what its common beliefs and values are.Using… Continue reading

As they say, it’s been a real fun day

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https://diyhistory.lib.uiowa.edu/transcribe/4228/123013 This document is an article written by Jim Farrell and published on November 14, 1967. I suspect the intended audience was students and residents of Iowa City, seeing as it was published… Continue reading

Final. Your Backyard: America’s only City of Literature

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Your Backyard: America’s only City of Literature The University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop, a two-year graduate program, has become one of the most renowned and respected English programs offered in the United States.… Continue reading

Ice Fishing 101

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Ice Fishing SWYK

RHETORICAL ANALYSIS

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My ultimate goal, in school at least, is to improve my skills as a writer. I am currently a double major in business and English, but I find the English aspect to be… Continue reading

Show What You Know

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