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Literature: The Art of Persuation & Intlectual Expression

Literature is the written word. Moreover, it is the voice of the voiceless that exists as a non-verbal entity. Writing consists of many fashions: informal, formal, creative and direct,  entertaining and media, and beyond. The humanities that are literature encompasses mass amounts of internal values that which cannot be expressed otherwise.

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Acupuncture and its Uses

The Chinese invented acupuncture 3,000 years ago. It is useful to manage mood swings as well as bodily functions. The principal behind Chinese medicine is that the body has meridians or lines of energy that connect. Illness is seen as a massive imbalance of energy. Thin needles are used to unblock the energy issues. Acupuncture is useful to treat nausea and vomiting after surgery or chemotherapy.

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A Brief History Of Nordstrom Rack

Nordstrom Rack is arguably the most innovative and affordable stores out there. It has transformed so many people’s lives by giving them the wardrobe that they never thought they would have. Nordstrom has always been a very popular store that is known for having some of the best fashion brands. Although their clientele has always been high, they were mostly clients that were extremely wealthy or those that were hard working class people.

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How Studying Abroad Can Provide New Perspecitves

Studying abroad can be a complicated situation for many college students. Some students might have study abroad on their list of experiences to have in college, while others might not. Many students might want to study abroad but think that they cannot afford it.

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The Importance of Writing

Many people write more often than others. Some people enjoy writing and even do it for fun. Others might not enjoy it as much, but do it for need. There are many ways in which writing can be beneficial to us. Writing might not seem to be an important component in life, but it is actually very important!

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Why Talent Needs Hard Work to Flourish

Perhaps you're great at drawing, or maybe your singing makes others weep (hopefully not because of the screeching). When someone says you are "talented," they are usually remarking on your skill level. Many believe that being good at something is inborn and puts us above others. While it’s true that those with talent often start with an advantage, it’s not always so black and white.

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5 Fierce Women Throughout History

In 1975, the United Nations officially adopted March 8th as International Women’s Day. Created to bring awareness to women’s civil rights, women all over the world use this day to highlight the change they want to see in their communities. Each year it serves as a powerful reminder of how far women have come and how much work is left.

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Book Recommendations for Read Across America Day

As you may know, Read Across America Day was created to promote and increase literacy among children. And if you don’t have kids, you might think it doesn’t apply to you. However, if your nieces, nephews, cousins and the young people in your life are reading more, why can’t you? Many adults don’t like reading for a number of reasons.

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Ruth Bader Ginsberg Is Awesome and Here’s Why

From her days as a student and mother at Harvard to present time as one of the first women on the Supreme Court, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg has always prioritized gender equality. With an outspoken demeanor, RBG as a Supreme Court Justice (SJC) embodies the successful change onto society by the Women’s Movement.

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A Brief History of President's Day

While some only think of President's Day as just another day off from work and school. Some may wonder why we even celebrate President's day? Where did the holiday originate? Or when did the day become a holiday? Digging through the history of the holiday, a person can find out some interesting details about the holiday.

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What Would Your Dream Home Be Like?

When it comes to a dream home, many people think of huge mansions with several rooms and a big swimming pool. The definition of a dream home differs depending on the person. Some people’s dream homes are very simple and elegant, while others are large and elaborate. I’ve been blessed to live in nice beautiful homes that some would deem as huge.

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How the Rosie the Riveter Propaganda is Used Today

She is everywhere; on coffee mugs and t-shirts to posters on college dorms. One of the oldest faces of feminism, Rosie the Riveter defines the women’s movement. She exuberates power and the will to move forward. She represented a societal progression in a time of war. Most importantly, the phrase "We Can Do It" continues to mean something both socially and economically.

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