English Papers



Nature’s Work


Richard Hunt, most known for his sculptures was also an incredible painter. Some of his paintings such as Untitled (1965), shows some of the same abstract styles shown his Hunt’s sculptures. Other paintings shown in the Stud Continue reading “Nature’s Work”


She’s Lion


Thomas Jefferson once said “He who permits himself to tell a lie once, finds it much easier to do it a second and third time, till at length it becomes habitual; he tells lies without attending to it, and truths without the world’s believing him. This falsehood of the tongue leads to that of the heart, and in time deprives all its good dispositions.” Continue reading “She’s Lion”

Destruction of Six Flags

Amusement parks are where children go to have the fun during the summer before another torturous school year begins. Right before kids could have one last chance to go to the Six Flags near New Orleans, Hurricane Katrina hit. The Six Flags out up a “closed for the storm” sign, this soon became the iconic sign of the abandoned Six Flags and has yet to change years after Hurricane Katrina hit. Continue reading “Destruction of Six Flags”

A Game Against English

The doorbell rang and I went to open it. There stood a delivery man with my new mattress. I helped my father remove my old one and under the mattress saw a pale plank of wood caked with dust in the comers, the stray sock that never made it to the closet,and a dusty Yu-Gi-Oh playing card. Continue reading “A Game Against English”

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