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  • Community Engagement Report

    When talking about complex topics it is easy to “lose” the audience. By frequently referring to some kind of visual aid, it is more likely that the audience still has a clue what you are talking about. The room where the event was conducted entails some big poles, which could have caused problems for some of the audience in the matter of being able to see the presentation on the stage. This was nicely solved with two projectors showing the same slide show at the same time – if an audience member could not see on screen, he or she could see the other. I sat at the very back of the room and I could easily hear what was being said on stage, so I assume the audio was good throughout the venue. The lecturer and HPU 's president had leis around their necks when they entered the stage. This is a Hawaiian gesture, and it shows that the organizers had put thought into making them feeling welcomed and important. (However, the audience never saw the leis being handed over. A nice touch would have been to let the audience partake in this action for example by…

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  • Lord Of The Flies Short Summary

    sees that none of the boys have done their part to keep the fire going and they lose their chance of being saved. Since this event everything after begins to crumble and all the rules that Ralph implemented begin to be ignored and the structure begins to fall apart which then leaves the boys to act like savages. The main character Ralph is described as a classic hero, which is defined as “ [a] man of distinguished courage and ability admired for his brave deeds and noble qualities.” According to…

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  • The Future Of Afeed By M. T Anderson's Feed

    Anderson 's Feed is really just a worst case scenario type of deal. Our current world still has a long way to go before it gets even close to that type of future. And in actuality technology such as that shown in the feed is necessarily a bad thing it 's just being used in a bad way. When the feed first came out I 'm sure it wasn 't intended to be used as a mass form of marketing, "It was all da da da, this big educational thing, da da da, your child will have the advantage, encyclopedias at…

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  • Analysis Of King Khosrow And Queen Shirin In The Garden Court

    seated under and encased by a rectangular structure which has a silhouette similar to that of those found in the arches of Islamic architecture. The attention then shifts to the foreground, and the elevation difference between the two individuals separated from the masses below by way of a raised hexagonal stage with stairs leading down to this unidentified, and quite possibly, purposefully ambiguous crowd, who themselves are cordoned off into left and right chambers. Interestingly enough, all…

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  • Stereotypes In Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin In The Sun

    Though simple in plot, the themes in this drama are profound and share the stage limelight just as much as the main characters. In the story there is the mama and her two kids Walter Lee and Bennie, and Walter’s wife Ruth, and their kid Travis. Each have their own dream and goal that they want achieved but struggle due to the circumstances they 're living at the moment. Walter Lee wants to invest in a liquor store to bring revenue and profit home. Bennie wants to go to medical school and become…

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  • Gender Roles In Twelfth Night By William Shakespeare

    They didn’t ever make the show any worse, but neither did they heighten my experience. One element that I found lacking were the props. It was odd to have actual liquid to indicate liquor in a scene with Duke Orsino and Viola in which the standing globe was opened to reveal a hidden stash of liquor, but not in abundances of scenes of drinking and partying as empty cups and bottle were used. I thought this decision was bothersome and I’m unsure why it was implemented this way. Furthermore,…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Magic Negro

    Experience: When I realized where my seat was I was a little angry. I was sitting in the front row (row A). When Mark Kendall (The Magic Negro first) appeared on stage, he was very warming and welcoming. This made me feel at ease and not so upset about being in the very front. His scenes were very clever. I really enjoyed the Dr. Seuss scene because he made the story into something that related to the topic. In his version of Green, Eggs, & Ham a white person told Sam he does not say the N word…

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  • Private Peaceful Play Analysis

    Andy Daniels had the whole stage to himself; so this meant he could manoeuvre around and do as much as he wants without anyone in his way. This created a thought-provoking atmosphere because you didn’t know what was coming next… By looking at a nearly empty stage with so little props was significant because during the war everyone had little of everything and it showed solitude. Many scenes cross cut like; the playground, church, isolated war zone etc... The simplicity of the stage was vital;…

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  • Analysis Of Ariana Grande's Concert In Manchester

    Imagine being at your favorite artist’s concert and singing along to your favorite song with your friends and having a great night. Then, the music stops and you hear ear defining sounds coming from inside the arena. You look around and see blood, bomb fragments, and people running all around you trying to escape the nightmare. This was a reality for thousands of people at Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester in May. The terrorist attack at Ariana Grande’s concert in Manchester caused an…

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  • Junie B Play Analysis

    brought me back to my childhood was the Christopher Columbus scene. I remember dressing up for Thanksgiving Day play and such and this play brought me back and made me feel warm inside. This play really speaks to the idea of doing things for other people. When Junie B. gives up May the Squeeze-a-Burp for the secret Santa it shows that doing something for someone else can feel good and preaches the idea that goodwill toward men and women is the way to go. This play does a great job trying to…

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