Author Archives: Winston Berger

The Lorax: How Color, Picture, and Sound Make a Point

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax is an instantly recognizable tale about corporate greed and the importance of the natural environment. It has become so popular that it is taught in high school AP Environmental Science classes. It has also been made … Continue reading

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Working With My Group and Writing the Script: My Video Project Experience So Far

This is my use of the video blog medium.

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How Adulthood Happens: Fact Check

Original Article Marked Up Article Claim 1: “As Arum’s and Roksa’s research demonstrates, academic life is of secondary or tertiary importance to most students. Social life comes first.” Evidence: – “Meanwhile, colleges have become socially rich, stocked with student centers, … Continue reading

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Responsibility Required For Adulthood: Annotated Sources

Baer, Drake. “Psychology Says You Need To Achieve These 3 Goals To Become An Adult.” TechInsider, Business Insider Inc., 12 Jan 2016, http://www.techinsider.io/the-3-things-that-make-you-an-adult-2016-1. Baer’s article is essentially a recap of the three things Jeffrey Jensen Arnett says make an adult, … Continue reading

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Is It Possible For Adulthood To Never Be Reached?

Being an adult is something that many people see as a stage in life that everybody reaches. Supposedly, at a certain point, whether it’s after your graduation from college or after you land your first job, you become an adult. … Continue reading

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