History

Facts About U.S. Presidents

By Brendan Bense / July 10, 2018 / Comments Off on Facts About U.S. Presidents

Facts About U.S. Presidents Want to impress your friends with some obscure facts about US presidents? We’re going through every president from Washington to Trump…

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Women in the American Revolution: 3 Forces Driving Freedom

By Brendan Bense / July 3, 2018 / Comments Off on Women in the American Revolution: 3 Forces Driving Freedom

Women in the American Revolution: 3 Forces Driving Freedom Not all wars are on won on the battlefield. For some, fighting behind the lines signified…

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The Story of Oedipus

By Brendan Bense / July 2, 2018 / Comments Off on The Story of Oedipus

The Story of Oedipus Who is Oedipus Rex? Sophocles, the ancient Greek playwright, created the story of Oedipus in three chapters. Though the most famous…

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Washington DC Monuments

By Brendan Bense / June 20, 2018 / Comments Off on Washington DC Monuments

Washington DC Monuments Unsure of what to see when visiting Washington DC for the first time? Or maybe you want to revisit old favorites. Check…

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Picasso’s Blue Period: La Vie

By Brendan Bense / June 18, 2018 / Comments Off on Picasso’s Blue Period: La Vie

Picasso’s Blue Period: La Vie Shades of Blue Though lasting only three years, Pablo Picasso’s Blue Period is recognized as one of his most iconic…

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Why is Shakespeare Important?

By Brendan Bense / June 11, 2018 / Comments Off on Why is Shakespeare Important?

Why is Shakespeare Important? Staying Power Shakespeare is one of those reads you first encountered young, and you likely hated the experience. Syntactically, Shakespeare is…

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Fingerprints

By Brendan Bense / June 4, 2018 / Comments Off on Fingerprints

Fingerprints: A History DNA Unless you belong to one of four extended families who has adermatoglyphia, you have a unique and unmistakable set of fingerprints.…

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March of the Mill Children

By Brendan Bense / June 1, 2018 / Comments Off on March of the Mill Children

March of the Mill Children Children Marching in the Streets? Children marching from state to state isn’t a common sight today, but in 1903, it…

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Amelia Earhart: A Flying Legend

By Brendan Bense / May 3, 2018 / Comments Off on Amelia Earhart: A Flying Legend

Amelia Earhart: Flying Legend “The most effective way to do it, is to do it.” Beginnings Amelia Earhart, born in 1897, was an American pilot…

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Malcolm X: Ballot or Bullet

By Brendan Bense / May 3, 2018 / Comments Off on Malcolm X: Ballot or Bullet

Malcolm X: Ballot or Bullet “You can’t separate peace from freedom because no one can be at peace unless he has his freedom.” Beginnings Malcolm…

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