Author Archives: Lone Star College-Montgomery

Yadira Garcia

Un análisis sicológico del personaje Rosamunda del cuento “Rosamunda” de Carmen Laforet             Rosamunda vivió dos etapas muy importantes en su vida.  La primera etapa fue cuando era joven y su pasión era la poesía y la otra fue después … Continue reading

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S. Michelle Barnett

Running Head: Therapeutic Drug Use As someone who has struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) for nearly 15 years, I have chosen to focus my research into therapeutic drug use regarding this disorder. According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual … Continue reading

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Senja Elena Rohaizad

Abstract             This analysis explores the frontier between Native Americans and Europeans through a gradual progression in historical scholarship. Within this literature, two dominant themes have emerged: portrayal and contact. For portrayal, a chronological examination includes arguments portraying Indians as … Continue reading

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Jace Whitaker

Intertwined Movements: An Analysis of the Stonewall Riots of 1969 and the Greater 60s Culture of Protest             In the early morning of June 28th, 1969, police descended upon the Stonewall Inn of New York City’s Greenwich Village, unexpectedly inciting … Continue reading

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Corina A. Rodriguez and Jessica Roche

GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) Awareness Survey Summary             Genetically Modified Organisms, as the name suggests, are organisms whose genes have been modified in a way that does not occur in nature. This usually “involves isolating and removing the DNA encoding … Continue reading

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Jocelyne Trevino

The Economics Behind Labor and Sex Trafficking Introduction The taking and enslavement of individuals has occurred over centuries and is a pressing issue to this day. Although slavery dates back to ancient Greece and the Roman Empire, the exploitation and … Continue reading

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Steven Howard

Net Neutrality: A Game of Hostage Net Neutrality emerged as one of the most prominent and controversial political issues of 2017.  The debate was featured across thousands of media outlets big and small, and the final decision to repeal Net … Continue reading

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Christina Peebles

Effects of the Romanticization and Glorification of Sex Trafficking Introduction A long history of the sex industry objectifying the female body for male pleasure continues to be widely prominent and relevant across the globe today. Annually, hundreds of thousands of … Continue reading

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Catherine McCarthy

Homelessness in Texas by Catherine McCarthy             Being homeless in the 1600’s meant being “whipped, branded, jailed, indentured, enslaved, or executed,” (Diluio Jr. 2011, 30). Homelessness has been documented in America since the 1640’s (Fisher 2011). It is an old … Continue reading

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Megan Miller

Abstract             Access to quality health insurance is a problem for many people, but especially for children. One of the main goals of recent U.S. health insurance policies is to increase health insurance access for children. The driving force behind … Continue reading

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