Below you will find my students' video essays from Composition II at Dakota State University. I invite you to watch the videos that sound interesting and to comment on the ones you especially enjoy. You can use the search tool, you can see which are most popular by checking "Popular Posts," and you can click on the tags below each posting to see what similar posts there are to ones you like. Enjoy!

Monday, December 22, 2014

Lambeau Field, by David Schreiber

Lambeau Field is one of the most iconic stadiums in all of sports, but is unique with its several accommodations.

How to Pick Your Produce, by Daniel Lopipario

Aquarium Friends, by Jay Huls

Fish are great pets. While so many people have pets these days; no matter how much positive things and great things are said about them, there always seems to be something said about them that doesn't always please everyone. Like dogs barking and cats licking their hair, these actions and many like them do not exsist wish fish. 

2 reasons regular diet and exercise can make you a better person, by Eric Wahl

Ever have the feeling that you want to hit the gym? maybe it's your new year's resolution! this is the first step guide to helping to achieve your physical goals. You are the CEO to your business and that business is your body!

The Walking Grilled Cheese, by Jared Rakness

With technology being easily to obtain, people's social skills are worsening. Some people realized the loss of social skills in the younger generation and are trying to get people to visit and get out of their rooms.

Coney Island, by Ajallade Hennis

Monday, December 8, 2014

How to Build with LEGO, by Joey Walter

Some of us are creative, and others are not. However, creativity is not a prerequisite for building great things.

Computers in the Classroom: Friends or Foes? by Collin Meaney

Computers can be helpful allies in the classroom, but they can also be learning's greatest adversary.

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Oddness of Avocados, by Jenna Sorsen

Aphrodisiac. World Avocado Congress. Testicles. Welcome to the Oddness of Avocados

Cyber War, by Rob Soderborg

As technology continues to rule our lives, at what cost? How does it impact us, what does this mean to the future of war?

Age Groups and Judging, by Dillan Schmidt

We're all unique, why don't we act it?

The Evolution of Farming, by Cole Potter

The evolution of farming has changed drastically throughout the years. Listen to the history of farming and how it has been progressed by using new methods.

St. Gallen, Switzerland Textile Museum, by Michael Pettit

Tour the historic Textile Museum in this quick guide of the museum that holds some of the most dated fabrics in European history.

History of Ultimate Frisbee, by Cavan O'Brien

Many people don't know much about Ultimate Frisbee let alone where it came from, well now both those questions can be answered in this video.

South Dakota State Fair, by Luke Menor

If you're looking for a fun time for family and friends come on down to the South Dakota State Fair and check out what awaits you at the greatest party of the year.

Gymnastics For Young Children, by Lynne Hanten

Need a way for your child or grandchild to lose that endless energy they never seem to lose? Madison has just the program for your children to lose that energy.

How to Crochet a Scarf, by Lindsy Edwards

Are you looking to pick up a new hobby? Why don't you try crocheting? These are the basics on crocething.

Vaping Evolution, by Kaiden Corkill

This video covers the basics of electronic cigarettes such as liquid and types of electronic cigarettes. For those interested in learning more, this gives a fantastic entry into the world of vaping.

How To Train your Demon, by Matthew Christensen

Training these majestic beings isn't all fun, games, and puppy dog eyes. There are some rules to follow.

The Impact of One Youtuber, by Erin Bruns-Long

Can a youtuber really have an impact on the world? Mark Fischbach has, just with videos of himself playing video games. 

Perks of Being a Mermaid, by Elizabeth Bitterman

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be Airel from the Little Mermaid? Well there are more perks of being a mermaid than you may think.

Hibernate and Play, by Jacob Thomas

A group of teens from isolated Fort Thompson, SD have found a surprising way to survive the winter. What does this mean for you?

Larping and You, by Thomas Stoffel

Ever wonder why you occasionally see people in local parks attacking each other with foam weapons and speaking in Olde English? Watch this video to find out more.

Career After College: How to Secure a Career After Graduation, by Justin Soderstrom

Annually, over 1 million U.S. college students graduate with a bachelor’s degree, but only half get jobs that require a four-year degree. In a tough job market, how can students get a leg-up on the competition?

The Binding of Isaac by Brian Pierson

Why Do People Like Scary Movies? by Heather Dearing

To some horror films are fascinating and exciting, others have absolutely no interest in them. This video shows the type of people that like to watch scary movies and why they keep coming back for more.

Miracle Treat Day 2014, by Tarynn Bickett

Miracle Treat Day is more than some people make it out to be. It happens all over the nation and helps so many children. I encourage you to participate in the next Miracle Treat Day and support kids.