• A Guide to The Silmarillion Pt. 2


    The Silmarillion’s Beginning, Melkor’s Defeat Melkor continued to grow in strength and so did the darkness within Arda. The Valar remained in their stronghold within Aman and waited out the darkness with patience. This gave Melkor free reign over most of the lands. He went into the cold north and built a new, grander stronghold […]

  • A Guide to The Silmarillion


    A Silmarillion Summary JRR Tolkien’s bestselling series, The Lord of the Rings, changed the genre of fantasy and adventure; he was the one who created the land of the elves, orcs, dwarves, hobbits, and men. Though a great writer and author; his books are a commitment. Many people have just seen the movies and see […]

  • Inventing Popular Culture and the Prejudice in the Mass Media


    Mass and Popular Culture Culture is defined by the unique forms of expression a specific social group connects with, and one of the largest forms of expression is music. There is a large folk culture within all modern culture’s today in which the music of that area was defined upon. How does music fin in […]

  • Parental Involvement Can Hinder Academic Success


    Parental Involvement in Education: A Hindrance? Keith Robinson, Professor of Sociology at the University of Michigan, as well as Angel Harris, another Professor of Sociology, were interviewed last week about a case study involving student academics and their parents. The study had to do with the success of parental involvement within a child’s education and […]

  • A Story in Haiku: The Dwellings of a Wolf


    Oak creeks, mellow mood, A stream rushes, blue of hue, Trees dwell, the dark wood. *** Fangs bared, anger felt, Furrowed fur, claws dug in deep, Wolf of gray-white pelt. *** Baby defended, Other wolves deflected, A win for the pack. *** Now, sun rises east, The days travels begin, new, Sights, smells, tastes, feelings. […]

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