We Are uScribe
uScribe is a non-profit organization founded in 2010. Its mission is to provide a global, online publishing platform for students to gain exposure to and showcase writing, as well as strengthen writing skills and techniques of students through innovative educational strategies. The organization has hosted many writing clubs and classes, most notably at Dana Middle School, and impacted over 1,000 students throughout Southern California and nationwide. The unique publishing opportunities offered by the organization, exposure to thousands of writing pieces and styles, and student-led educational classes and clubs have greatly impacted surrounding communities. uScribe has taught students writing skills not offered in educational programs, English classes, and affiliated clubs throughout Arcadia and real-world writing applications.
“A region of space having a gravitational field so intense that no matter or radiation can escape.” Do you know what that is? Black holes, amazing yet mysterious, are all over our universe, including in the center of our own galaxy. Let’s dive, or rather, “fall” into this “sucking” topic.
Helen Keller once said, “The highest result of education is tolerance.” Who has to put up with cheeky students everyday? Your teachers. Who chooses to help students with schoolwork on their own time? Your teachers. And who sacrifices their weekends to grade papers? Again, it’s your teachers.
With out this man today, we would still have the discrimination with colored people. Martin Luther King Jr. played a very crucial role in our life. He is the man that died to stop racial discrimination. He led the civil rights movement to change many lives. He believed in what he thought was right and he stood up for his beliefs.
The idea of the social networking site came once in a lifetime, but managing it and founding a successful billion dollar company using that idea; that was a different story. Facebook was founded by Chris Hughes, Dustin Moscivitz, Eduardo Saverin, and mainly Mark Zuckerberg, four Harvard University students.
I became fond of a scribbling pencil noise and the quick flip of a book page every day; something I believe that normal students would be driven to insanity by. My explanation for not being driven to insanity by the constant sounds of pencil shavings hitting the ground...
He’s known as the king of basketball, but for eight frustrating seasons, he was the NBA’s king without a crown. Finally, in year nine, Lebron put the championship stamp on an otherwise unprecedented career and became an official part of the “basketball’s greatest-ever” debate. This brief biography will tell the life of what he once was before he was an NBA star.
As you grow up, your parents can teach you many lessons that you can use to help prepare for life. Your parents' duty is to nurture you and allow you to grow up to become a person who is strong and able to support yourself. Parents must realize that when it comes to raising a child, they must both put in an equal amount of effort.
Fighting For Education
How Religion Divides Humans
Communication Using Space
The Pillars of Family
Make good Decisions: Stop Smoking
Life is Anybody's Game
Life as We Know It
When Teenagers Should Start to Live On Their Own
How to Decrease Air Pollution
8 Natural Phenomena
Fossil Fuel Activity Proves Corrosive
Commercialism on The Internet
Science Fiction: Death and Morality
Life on Mars
Do Aliens Exist?
Should We Remove Common Core?
Dangerous Substances in School Labs
Physical Education in Schools
What Would You Do?
The Four Music Eras
Facebook's Founding History
George Washington's Contribution to America
Steve Jobs: the Man Who Changed the History of Technology
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