Touching One Life At A Time, For A Brighter Tomorrow
By: Roy Collins
Chris Dudley played basketball in the NBA for 16 years. The Yale graduate gained notoriety around the league as a voracious defender, energetic rebounder, and formidable shot blocker. He played Center as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers, the New Jersey Nets, Portland Trail Blazers, New York Knicks, and the Phoenix Suns. Dudley was born in Connecticut, but grew up primarily in the San Diego area of California where he started playing basketball.
By: Ryan Williams
I first started training with weights my freshman year of high school. My goal was to have all the freshman girls associate me with being the strongest male in the class. When people thought of my name, I wanted it to depict images of Hercules, the great Leonidas, and the legendary Bruce Lee. Despite my vain intentions I did succeed in this goal. .
By: TJ Li
Genetically modified foods tend to get a bad rep. One of the chief concerns among the general public seems to be that they may be dangerous, in that people should not be putting such unnatural substances into their bodies. This issue has invoked a large debate over issues such as food safety and brought into question of whether or not such potentially dangerous technology ought to be adopted in the first place. Both sides of the argument carry much weight, and deserve to be further explored.
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