Discrimination in Housing and its Effects in the United States by Jackson Ellis

Any argument about a topic as complex as housing discrimination must first be rooted in ample research about the topic. This research overview, centered on the issue of housing discrimination, works to make sense of the reasons behind such discrimination in the United States. By organizing research into sections, Ellis works towards his overall claim, … Continue reading Discrimination in Housing and its Effects in the United States by Jackson Ellis

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Beating the Odds by Abigail Griggs

    In this narrative, Abigail Griggs describes her experience competing at a business startup company, and how that experience influenced her current perceptions on education. One aspect of this narrative that inspired conversation among the editors was the tone of this piece-- we all agreed that there was a strong tone of confidence in … Continue reading Beating the Odds by Abigail Griggs

1 in 5 by Kayla Ray

Kayla Ray’s essay  “1 in 5” communicates the continued frequency of sexual assault on college campuses and offers insights to the campus culture that leads to this epidemic. Ray’s paper, an argument essay,  simultaneously argues for better and clearer local policy at the University of Louisville, while also critiquing the society we live in that … Continue reading 1 in 5 by Kayla Ray