Author Archives: Andrew Chang

How to Make the Backgrounds Stand Out More Than the Foreground: An Analysis of ‘The Lorax’

One picture book I remember well from my childhood was The Lorax by Dr. Seuss. The visuals of any Dr. Seuss book stick to my brain long after reading the book, but I think The Lorax is one of Dr. … Continue reading

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Group Work Grief

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Hell Hath No Fury Like a Millennial Scorned

This opinion piece, written by Aelfric the Elder (Teddy Wayne) for the New York Times, attempts to humorously criticize the millennial generation through the lens of born somewhere around 990 A.D. The author claims that millennials seem to be the … Continue reading

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An Example of an Annotated Bibliography for Growing Up

Apted, Michael, director. “21 Up 1978.” Youtube, uploaded by John Hurley, 10 Jul. 2016,         https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdTCEydedhk&index=7&list=WL. Accessed 12 Sept. 2016. This Youtube video was originally a primary source documentary in a series of documentaries of 14 British children … Continue reading

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“Oh, Grow Up” — What Coming of Age is All About

Growing up is hard. For most people, it is a time of independence, confusion, and emotional turmoil all at the same time. And somehow it’s supposed to magically transform you into an adult. That’s frustrating. It’s so frustrating that Taylor … Continue reading

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