November 2016

Classical History (600 BCE-600 CE)
Trey Whitworth

The Etymology of the Weekdays

While it may not seem all that important at first glance to learn about how the days of the week got their names, it is actually

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Descriptive Article
Aylin Salinas

Cesar Chavez Part I

Cesar Chavez is a very famous Mexican-American labor leader. He inspired many agricultural workers to stand up and face problems in the work force. Chavez

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Cultural History
Aurora Torres

Woodstock 1969: How it Began

The Sixties. We think of the Vietnam War, Civil Rights protests, the assassination of John F. Kennedy, the Apollo landing on the moon, hippies, Peace

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Descriptive Article
Esperanza Mauricio

Molly Pitcher

Cannons roared alongside the battle cries of men. The clearing was filled with the sting of fighting. As men collided with one another, women ran

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Cultural History
Mehmet Samuk

The American Lyceums

Lyceums combined education and oratory, two passions of the mid-nineteenth century, in the 1830’s to create a movement that was both popular and educational. The

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Classical History (600 BCE-600 CE)
Nathan Cantu

The Persian Royal Roads

In the fifth century BCE, communication between the rulers of the Persian Empire and the regions they governed was very important. People needed to know the laws

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Descriptive Article
Amanda Cantu

The Struggles of Labor

For the average American, having a job is an essential aspect of life; without a stable source of income, it is nearly impossible to survive

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