On October 5, 2016, Harvard Business Review published the article, “Stop Trying to Sound Smart When You’re Writing” written by Liane Davey. Davey reveals how at times, when a person wants to sound “smart,” he or she will try to use big words instead of simply stating their thoughts. She would prefer to read material where the … More “Stop Trying to Sound Smart When You’re Writing”| Suggestions from Harvard Business Review
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In Case You Missed It: On November 1, 2016, the Atlantic Cape Community College campuses screened Christopher Soghoian’s TED Talk “Your smartphone is a civil rights issue.”
From the award winning filmmaker, Gary Turk, creator of the viral YouTube video “Look Up,” comes another spoken word piece about why it is so crucial for young adults to vote.
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Election Day is quickly approaching and the deadline to register to vote is October 18.
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Need to conduct some serious research for your Literature classes? Look no further than EBSCOhost’s Literary Reference Center.
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