Currently pursuing a Juris Doctor at Western State College of Law, freelance writer Charnell Gilchrist, a North Carolina native, now spends her free time writing in sunny San Diego. With five years of active duty Navy service, an Associate in Liberal Arts, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Human Resource Management, Charnell passionately pens a fountain of diverse content. From well-formatted research papers to whimsical short stories, she is capable of producing various styles of writing. Her interests include current events, law, business and entrepreneurship, and mental health awareness.
Friendship Week is celebrated during the second week of November. This article begins by briefly exploring the goal of Friendship Week and advising that there are three friendships everyone should remember. First, the friendship between Alexander Graham Bell and Helen Keller is discussed. Second, J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis' roller coaster of a relationship is evaluated. Finally, we briefly review Marilyn Monroe's impact on Ella Fitzgerald's career and how it led to their unlikely friendship. | Read More →
Book banning is an ongoing issue. This article briefly reviews the history of book censorship. Then, examples are given of some commonly known banned books and reasoning for why it is controversial. These examples are followed by a discussion of "Banned Books Week" and the reason behind its creation. Finally, the article concludes with information on how removing censorship against particular books would be beneficial. | Read More →
With the continued impact of COVID-19, questions have arisen regarding human's ability to transmit the virus to animals and vice versus. This article focuses on the infection as it relates to the mink species. First, a review of the timeline of mink infections is included. The United States' response to the culling of mink is also briefly reviewed. This review is followed by a review of various agency responses to the rapid infection rate as provided by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Center for Veterinary Biologics (CVB). Next, we review a few key points regarding the development of animal-specific vaccines. Finally, the article concludes with a discussion of fears expressed regarding potential threats of COVID-19 infection of mink. | Read More →
Tej Kohli has made multiple contributions to technological advancement resulting in direct humanitarian impact. This article reviews three key facts. First, a short review of the Tej Kohli Foundation is presented. This is followed by a discussion of Tej Kohli's role as CEO of Kohli Ventures. Finally, the Tej Kohli Cornea Institute is reviewed, and a summary of Tej's overall commitment to the betterment of society is provided. | Read More →
International Clown Week is designated as the first week of August. This article reviews the law establishing International Clown Week and how it came to be. Then well-known clown Joseph Grimaldi is introduced, followed by a review of coulrophobia, the fear of clowns. The conclusion introduced two additional notable clowns and final words on clown contributions. | Read More →
Maintaining safety during a flash flood can be frightening. Statistics indicate flash floods are more than capable of claiming lives. Despite this, awareness of high-risk flash flooding areas and steps to take if caught in one can significantly increase an individual's ability to maintain safety during a flash flood. This article reviews a few common high-risk flash flooding areas. This discussion is followed by a review of how to maintain safety when caught in a flash flood while driving and while at home. The article concludes with a brief summary of the risks and steps to maintain safety during a flash flood. | Read More →
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