“Rock Bottom” with a Sky High Spirit

"Yea Mon, respect." He said, as I compliment him. A man that goes by the name of "Rock Bottom" had me in awe visiting his shop on July, 20th, 2017 in Port Antonio, Jamaica. The most exciting event of my vacation happened that Thursday evening. His shop full of wood-based carvings, creativity at its finest. …

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Finally, I’ve Reached the Finish Line!

The Farewell to my best friend, Track. It was a normal hot summer day in Glendale, Ariz. My legs trembled, a lump lived in my throat as I stood nervously at the starting line of the 100 meter-dash with the other seven-year-olds. This feeling never went away, even in my collegiate years. “SET” ... “BANG,” …

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A Review of “The End of Reform” by Alan Brinkley

Alan Brinkley was born in Washington D.C. on June 2, of 1949. His parents are Ann Fischer and David Brinkley. Alan Brinkley is a professor at Columbia University.  He has taught there for over twenty years. He has written on the marks of World War I and the Great Depression in his work. In his time, …

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