I would like to recommend Jessica McCloe Brasch as a candidate for a position with your University. I met Mrs. Brasch when she was my Television Production teacher at Wissahickon High School. Throughout my three years as her student, she inspired and prepared me for the job I hold today. As an anchor and reporter at WENY News in Elmira, New York, Mrs. Brasch taught me life lessons about the evolving world of news and media. She was also an excellent adviser in preparing her students to excel in college media programs.
My Michigan Hero,Nancy Chapman Who is your hero? My hero is my Mom. She has always taught me to work hard at all that you do and never quit. She works two jobs and still has time for me and my brother she runs junior golf tournaments and sells jewellery.
Marion Jones might not be as much of a known name as it was somewhat fifteen years ago. On October 12, 1975, Marion Jones was born in California. Jones knew she wanted to go to the Olympics at a young age. Marion would eventually get her chance to be an Olympian. Although, it might not turn out the way she’d planned.
3. What is the author’s purpose in writing this selection? Use two details and/or examples from the text to explain why you believe this to be the purpose. Gaby Rodriguez family and her were always judged because they all ended up having a child at a young age.
I do not believe that every woman during 1812 was a stay at home wife that answered every whim her husband laid out for her. Therefore, much as I said in my discussion post, "some women participated in the battles as soldiers while others spied on the enemies. " Nevertheless, Mary Pickersgill is an excellent example of women who resided in 1812 era who created a variant of the American flag, which many sought as a symbol of freedom and motivation for the soldier. Additionally, after the death of Mary’s husband, she decided to leave her matrimonial home in Baltimore, and move to Philadelphia to fend for her daughter and elderly mother.
Using symbolism, Julia Alvarez’s “Daughter of Invention” accentuate how people are traumatized by dictators and, how families are often fearful of different laws than their own natal country. This is comparable to a country in Central America, about the size of the state of New York. This country government is controlled by a dictator and it’s corrupt, if you are not part of the main political party, they can throw you in jail. This dictator symbolizes fear, of how he dismantled the previous government, to his party being in control everywhere, which they can do whatever they want with this power. A government ruled by dictators can cause so much fear it can traumatize a single individual.
My name is Lilian Rodriguez and I am El Paso, Texas. I will be graduating from UT Austin in a few weeks with a major in Health Promotion. I really enjoy working with children. I am reliable and responsible. I am really outgoing once I feel comfortable with my environment.
Wilma Rudolph once said, “The triumph cannot be had without the struggle.” In the 1960s Wilma Rudolph became known as one of the fastest African American track and field athletes. In fact many people referred to her as the “Jesse Owens” of women’s track and field (Litsky). It was not easy for her to get there, but she overcame many obstacles to achieve her goal of being an athlete. Wilma Glodean Rudolph was born on June 23, 1940 in Bethlehem, Tennessee and died at the age of 54 on November 12, 1994 in Brentwood Tennessee (Litsky and Naden, 9).