Shashwot Tripathy

Protected: Favoritism, “Speech Culture” and Team Image – a Contemporary Look into the Inequitable Power Structures of Speech at North

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Systemic Epistemic Violence – The Portrayal of Disability in Dramatic Interpretation Out of My Mind by Sharon M. Draper is a fictional novel that describes the worldly experiences of an 11 year old girl with cerebral palsy named Melody Brooks. As the book description on Goodreads states, "Melody is not... Continue Reading →

My Road Less Traveled [English Project]

"What is your road less traveled?" Well, for me, a teenager living in Uganda, my goal in life is to become a professional bread expert. My ancestors have been bread experts for thousands of years. My great grandfather was the... Continue Reading →

No, This Movie Is Not About a Nonliving Body of Water [English Project]

Dead. Pool. Two seemingly unrelated words that clash together into the highest grossing blockbuster of 2015. "Deadpool" isĀ one of the very few superhero movies that is rated "Restricted", and rightfully so. "Deadpool" is a movie about a man named Wade... Continue Reading →

The Best Present I’ve ever Received [English Project]

Before I start, I'd just like to say that the ACTUAL best gift I've ever received is the gift of life, but nobody wants to hear about that, so let's move on to the second best gift. It all started... Continue Reading →

The Best Thing On The Internet [English Project]

What is the internet? The internet is a very diverse platform for anyone who wants to express themselves, learn about a topic, or even communicate with family and friends. But not all websites are made equal. Over the years, the... Continue Reading →

The Time When My Entire World Collapsed [English Project]

WARNING: THE FOLLOWING TEXT MAY BE DISTURBING TO YOUNG READERS March 8th, 2014 was when my entire world collapsed. This period was the most testing time in my life, and at that time, I didn't think I would survive it.... Continue Reading →

Who Would I Have Dinner With? [English Project]

Choosing three people to have dinner with would be a great opportunity to have, and I would greatly take advantage of it. Here is who I would pick. First of all, I would invite Harambe. Harambe was a Western Lowland... Continue Reading →

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