The topic of sin is one that is spread throughout much of literature, but nowhere is it more prevalent than in the works of Seventeenth-Century British authors, particularly Milton, Donne and Bunyan, as well as in the Christian apologetics composed by C.S. Lewis, and especially in the bible itself.
A Slice Of American Pie
An in-depth analysis on the American classic, The Last Picture Show.
From Novel To Film: The Last Picture Show
An analysis of the adaptation between the literary novel The Last Picture Show into a Hollywood classic.
Scholarly Review: Literature Lost
A scholarly review of John M. Ellis' Literature Lost.
This is a short piece written on the joys of being a waiter.
The Writing On The Wall
Student Newspaper Articles
Deal With It
Students deal with stress, possibly more so than any other age group in society. Just how do they handle the pressures facing them?
In need of a scary movie? Look no further than this list of recommendations.
Sometimes it takes a village... or at the very least, a group, to get the job done.
A high school drama department heads to competition with a dramatic interpretation of Shakespeare's Macbeth.
Is reel tv just like real life? You be the judge.