5515 Critical Thinking
Dear Mr. Lucas, My name is Jackie and I am 11 years old. I am writing you because I saw your movie Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope for the first time ever the other day and I loved it. I didn’t think movies made that long ago could be so good. It is filled with fantastic characters... Continue . . .
In 1940 America was still limping from the blow the great depression had delivered. The possibility of a global war was looming and Franklin D. Roosevelt was hesitant to get involved even after watching European democracies fall one after another. The American people were weary and... Continue . . .
The 1950’s could be considered an idyllic era. It was a time of progress, pride and consumerism. America had just defeated the Axes of Evil and the country was feeling invincible. The black eye that Japan had left us with at Pearl Harbor in 1941 was returned 10-fold in Hiroshima August... Continue . . .
A battle is raging among toys and it is not between little green soldiers. It is between toy companies, consumers, and how gender stereotyping is playing a role in shaping how children develop through play. Walk into any modern toy store and a clear divide is apparent. On one side you... Continue . . .
My roommate sucks. No. Literally. Sucks air. I am Esophagus. I live in a small, fleshy cylinder shaped space and share it with Trachea. Our living arrangements would normally be okay except at times we are cramped for space and have the occasionally miscommunication as to who does what... Continue . . .