Author Archives: Lone Star College-Montgomery

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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Anna Gaspard

Anna Gaspard Professor Toups March 13, 2018 The Deadly Influence of a Negligent League             In 2012, a 25-year-old National Football League linebacker Jovan Belcher shot and killed his girlfriend before committing suicide, leaving his infant daughter without parents. A … Continue reading

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Anders Lindstrom

Anders Lindstrom ENGL 1301.4009 Dr. Hughes 9 November 2017 The Future of Energy             The perpetually moving wheels of progress stop for nothing. They turn day after day, year after year. Technology has revolutionized countless industries, from the manufacturing of … Continue reading

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Nikohl J. Allgood

Adoption as Relinquishment and How It Impacts Mental Health by Nikohl J. Allgood Abstract According to psychologists, adoptees are overrepresented in mental health treatment settings (Sunderland, 2010).  A study published in Pediatrics: Official Journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics … Continue reading

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Jesse Ward

Jesse Ward Dr. Gonzales ENGL 1301 21 November 2017 What PTSD Looks Like Brian Scott Ostrom sits alone in a waiting room on a blue-checkered cloth chair. The chair has brown wooden arm rests, but he uses neither one. The … Continue reading

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Minerva Gillis and Marilyn Shaughnessy

Medicine on Mars by Minerva Gillis and Marilyn Shaughnessy

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Laura Ramirez

Fred Marer and The Marer Collection by Laura Ramirez Fig. 1 Voulkos, Peter Sculpture with thin colemanite glaze 35 x 21 x 21 1957 Stoneware, (82.2.1) (MacNaughton et al. p. 95) Carefully organized within the walls of Scripps College in … Continue reading

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Tomás Córdoba Marín

The Letters of Vincent van Gogh: A Research Comparison Analysis Tomás Córdoba Marín Vincent van Gogh is one of the most famous Post-Impressionist artists that ever lived. His work is characterized by the extensive use of colors that appeal to … Continue reading

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