Day: March 11, 2008

  • Biography of Jesse Owens

    Born in rural Oakville, Alabama, a track star that changed the way people in this world think was born. In this quote, Jesse Owens stated: “To me, we must learn to spell the word RESPECT. We must respect the rights and properties of our fellowman. And then learn to play the game of life, as…

  • Hurricane Katrina’s Impact

    On August 29, 2005, one of the strongest hurricanes to impact the coast of the United States made landfall hitting southern Florida as a category 1. By August 29th, Hurricane Katrina reached the Gulf Coast smashing and destroying the city of New Orleans as a category 4. Many living in the city

  • Research on Pregnancy for the Male Seahorse

    The reproductive questions surrounding seahorses and pipefish (syngnathids), specifically about why males are the gender which undergoes pregnancy, are pondered and researched in the article I chose. This article describes the similarities and differences between mammal and seahorse viviparity, “extended

  • Richard Posner’s “Not a Suicide Pact” Brief Summary

    Richard Posner discusses through “Not a Suicide Pact” how the Constitution is an ever changing document, which constantly must be interpreted differently in order to find a new balance between how much civil liberties are given and how much rights must be taken away in order to ensure safety.

  • My First Car (Crash!)

    My first car was a 2000 Toyota Corolla and still is my car. I have been driving for the past seven months and would say that I am a decently safe driver. The day I received my car was the most wonderful day of my high school life. I drove around town and saw the…

  • Report On Romania and the European Union

    Romania was the first country in Central and Eastern Europe to have an official relationship with the European Community. In 1974, a treaty included Romania in the Generalized System of Preferences of the Community, and later in 1980, an agreement on

  • Pat Parker & Associates – Harvard Business School Case Study

    Critical Issues The Pat Parker & Associates case, written in 1995 by Mursten in the Harvard Business Review raises several points that should be considered when dealing with intellectual property matters. We need to clearly understand who owns the copyright to a