Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Witch: Movie Review

The Witch is a new movie that came out in 2015. The premise is a Puritan family from roughly the 1630’s is banished from the colony due to the father’s intense religious beliefs that disagree with the established church. The … Continue reading

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When Pride Turns to Arrogance: An Opinion Piece

The Fourth of July is the day we celebrate the founding of our country and what makes the US so great. We celebrate our achievements, our innovations, our freedoms enshrined in the Constitution and Bill of Rights, as well as … Continue reading

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Studying Human Remains and The Controversy: An Argument For Continued Research

Archaeological discoveries captivate our imaginations as we wonder about the people and how they lived long ago. As we find all sorts of different objects, we can imagine the story behind them, how people used them and if the find … Continue reading

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