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Sustainability & Veganism

Before taking this class, It was known to me that many people were either not aware of what they were eating or just didn’t care. However, after taking Matt 33, I am more aware about how adopting a healthier diet, … Continue reading

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In The News #2: How Americans Think About Climate Change, in Six Maps

  In How Americans Think About Climate Change, in Six Maps, the author discusses how people in different areas of the United States think about climate change and how prevalent they think it is in the United States. It started … Continue reading

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Write and Respond 1: Is Hang Drying Your Clothes Really Worth It?

  Growing up, I always remembered arriving at my grandmother’s house and seeing a clothesline that was almost twenty-five feet in length hung between two trees. Whenever I asked why she did this, her answer always included something along the … Continue reading

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Small Change in Air Conditioners Could be a Big Step for Climate Change

With a very weather traumatic summer coming to a close, many people are looking for answers as to what climate change has done to not only cause these phenomenons, but make them worse. In the New York Times article titled … Continue reading

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Carolyn Arosell: Math Quiz

\(x^3 – 3x^2 – 10x = 0\) \((1 + r) ^ n\) \((5.7 \times 10 ^ {-8}) \times (1.6 \times 10^{12}) = 9.12 \times 10^4 \) \( \pi L (1- \alpha) R^2 = 4\pi \sigma T^4R^2 \) \(12 \text { … Continue reading

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Introduction Blog Post: Carolyn Arosell

Hello everyone! My name is Carolyn Arosell and I am from Camp Hill, PA. I am currently a sophomore in the College of Arts and Architecture with an intended major of Art Education. I am taking this class to fulfill … Continue reading

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