Maria Ekern Part V

Maria Ekern Miss Armstrong English 110 March 16, 2017 American exceptionalism is an example of the hegemonic stability theory: “it is important that there should be an exceptional power in the world that would make sure that some very basic rules of the games in the international community are observed” (Koshkin par. 10). The United…

Brandon Schran Part IV

  The United States government will continue to struggle with decreasing the country’s debt as it is projected to break twenty trillion dollars by the end of the 2017 fiscal year. Along with this, politicians maintain with citizens their tax break bribery in hopes that they may elect them leaving only the options of reducing…

Connor Koepnick Part 4

Nuclear energy has many reasons that it needs to be even more prevalent in the world’s energy arsenal. The nuclear fission process is the most efficient way to produce electricity, it produces next to no carbon emissions, and using nuclear energy will help us learn more scientifically. First off, it is widely known that using…

Riana Herbold Part IV

According to the 2015 NSDUH, “about 7.7 million people ages 12–20 reported drinking alcohol in the past month (“Alcohol Facts and Statistics” par. 11).” In other words, the United States has seen a significant increase in drug abuse over the past 10 years; specifically, among teenagers. With that being the case, most people would agree…

Kaylee Mulholland Part IV

Part IV: Literature Review Which came first, the leader or the follower? Does the answer to this question even matter? Leaders and followers have been a topic of discussion even before these terms were coined. While almost anything regarding leadership and followership can be disputed, there are several questions that many researchers find puzzling. Are…

Trevor Kastenschmidt Part IV

College is hard.  First applying and getting accepted, then applying for housing, setting a date to take placement tests, going to orientation and registration, meeting a roommate, applying for scholarships—there are many things a college student has to do before they are even a student.  Most of those actions above require payments also.  The price…

Jessie Knutson Part IV

Renewable energy is viewed as the future of energy for not only our country but the world as a whole. Renewable energy, also known as alternative fuel, are energy sources that fall into one of the five main categories: biomass, hydropower, geothermal, wind, and solar (“Renewable” par 2). In the past, these sources of energy…

Carla Maas- Part IV

A large controversial topic that is discussed today is the topic of vaccinating children. While many people believe that having their child undergo so many vaccines could be dangerous, others believe that vaccinating children should be mandatory. So why do people feel that vaccines are so important? First off, it is important to note that…

Jessie Solberg – Part 4

Everyone who went to public school remembers the dreaded puberty and sexual education talk. Schools do a great job in teaching about straight sexual intercourse and pregnancy prevention, but what about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth (DeWitt par. 4)? Based on outlines of what teacher’s cover in sex education, anything LGBTQ related…

Zach Ihle Part IV

The Electoral College is an extremely controversial topic. Especially due to the controversial outcome of the 2016 presidential election. In which Donald Trump beat Hilary clinton by 72 Electoral College votes. However about 2.7 million more people voted for Hilary Clinton (“The Electoral” 1). Twice in the last five elections the Electoral College has put…

Maria Ekern Part IV

Maria Ekern Miss Armstrong English 110 March 8, 2017 American Exceptionalism Despite America’s many accomplishments and contributions, many people draw a line at declaring America as exceptional. American exceptionalism is based on the notion that America differs in quality compared to other nations simply by its historical evolution, freedom, and democratic ideals (Kwak par.1). But…

Part IV: Isaac Trocinski

Literature Review: Supporting “Improve health and prevent harm through valid and useful genomic tools in clinical and public health practices” (Genomics par. 1). The office of Disease and Prevention and Health Promotion released this as their main goal for the year of 2020, released their hope for the genetic testing world to soon become the…