Author Archives: Anna Barefield

Analyzing Rainbow Fish

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The Struggle of Moving Away from Home

The milestone my group chose to focus on in our video is something that many of us students had to do just a few months ago- leaving the comfort of our home where we had been taken care of and … Continue reading

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A Painful Series of Generalizations

Rosen’s editorial, “Millennials are not so special,” argues that millennials are nothing more than overly sensitive, self-absorbed, children who will never grow up. To that I say: where is your evidence sir? As you will see in the remainder of … Continue reading

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Struggling to Define Coming of Age

Juárez, Fatima, and Cecilia Gayet. “Transition to Adulthood in Developing Countries.” Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 40, Annual Reviews, July 2014, pp. 521-538. Annual Reviews, www.annualreviews.org/doi/pdf/10.1146/annurev-soc-052914-085540. In their article, Juárez and Gayet discuss coming of age in developing countries. They … Continue reading

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Endlessly Creating Myself

Each year, on the night of December 2nd, I find myself jittering with excitement, knowing that in just a few short hours I will be yet another year older. When morning comes, though, I wake up to the same alarm … Continue reading

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