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  • Frederick Douglass’s Anti-Slavery Stance in
    Frederick Douglass’s Anti-Slavery Stance in0

    First published in 1855, My Bondage and My Freedom is an autobiography by Fredrick Douglass starting at the point that he was a slave, then a fugitive, and ends as a free man fighting against slavery in the America. He believed in the equality of all men and women, and challenged the racial prejudice through his own work and accomplishments.

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  • [IN PROGRESS] Discussion: The Use of Animal Experimental Models in the Field of Biology
    [IN PROGRESS] Discussion: The Use of Animal Experimental Models in the Field of Biology0

    Animal experimentation is the use of non-human organisms whose biological systems mock those of humans. This helps researchers understand the human system more closely without harming human test subjects and develop medical treatments for diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes.   In my opinion, animal experimental models are integral to making empirical scientific discoveries.

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  • Perception of Women with Visual Body Modifications
    Perception of Women with Visual Body Modifications0

    Introduction: When making a lasting first impression we often hear that image is everything. Historically, women endured the most scrutiny by society for their image, especially when women have visible tattoos or other body modifications that deviate from social constructs of beauty. In recent years, Visual Body Modifications (VBM) such as tattoos have been growing

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  • Breathing Life into Lines: Disney’s Success at Personality Animation
    Breathing Life into Lines: Disney’s Success at Personality Animation0

    Characters in animation are just a group of lines and vectors. But how is it that they play with our emotions? What about Wall-E or Up that makes us laugh, or cry? It’s personality animation. Simply put, animators manipulate hues, sound, movement, line-work, etc. to give a hero or villain a very distinct personality. And

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