Argument/Advocacy Final Draft

The New York Times unfairly represents reality in some of its articles. In the article “A Death Sparks A Demand For Care,” Don Terry unfairly represents reality by only getting one side of the story. This is just one instance where The New York Times does not get both sides of a story. By only … Continue reading

Cupcakes and the Zoo

Works Cited Seemann, Rebecca. The Lincoln Park Zoo. 2010. Michael Moore, Chicago. Web. 11 Oct. 2010. .

Textual Analysis Final Draft

Ditch Your Laptop, Dump Your Boyfriend “College is your chance to see what you’ve been missing, both in the outside world and within yourself,” is how Tim Novikoff views the years between growing up and going out on your own completely. Six students from different schools throughout the country look back on their own experiences … Continue reading

Rough Draft Argument/Advocacy Project

The New York Times unfairly represents reality in some of its articles. In the article “A Death Sparks A Demand For Care,” Don Terry unfairly represents reality by only getting one side of the story. This is just one instance where The New York Times does not get both sides of a story. By only … Continue reading

Advocacy and Argument Proposal

My argument is that The New York Times does not get both sides of the story and are biased towards individuals more so then companies and this is shown in the article, A Death Sparks A Demand For Care. In the article a young african american male was shot on the south side about four … Continue reading

Textual Analysis Second Draft

Ditch Your Laptop, Dump Your Boyfriend “College is your chance to see what you’ve been missing, both in the outside world and within yourself,”  is how Tim Novikoff views the years between growing up and going out on your own completely. Six different students from different schools throughout the country look back on their own … Continue reading

Textual Anaylsis

Ditch Your Laptop, Dump Your Boyfriend “College is your chance to see what you’ve been missing, both in the outside world and within yourself,”  is how Tim Novikoff views the years between growing up and going out on your own completely. Six different students from different schools throughout the country look back on their own … Continue reading

“Can the Fed Offer A Reason to Cheer?”

Cowen, Tyler. “Can the Fed Offer A Reason to Cheer?”. The New York Times. 19 September 2010, Sunday Money. page 5. print. In “Can the Fed Offer A Reason to Cheer?”, Tyler Cowen argues that the reason the economy is stalled is because of the Federal Reserve’s unwillingness to expand its monetary policy. Cowen supports himself … Continue reading

Rhetorical Précis

Rosenthal, Elisabeth. “Testing, the Chinese Way” New York Times. September 12, 2010. Week in Review, pgs. 1-2. In this article, Elisabeth Rosenthal suggests that even though the United States is changing its education system, it is still far below the level of the education system in Asia. Rosenthal uses a quote from Gregory Cizek that supports … Continue reading