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    Anesthetist Career Essay

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    dream to get into the medical field. I have planned for this career since I was a little girl. My mother started talking to me about college when I was in elementary school. I can remember sitting in the back seat as she drove, and I listened to her talk about me going to college. College was always on my mind. As I grew older we went from discussing going to college to what I wanted my career to be. I’ve laid out the steps that will get me to my educational and career goal dreams. In…

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    College Athlete Amateurism

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    Amateurism or Capitalism: A Practical Approach to Paying College Athletes I. Introduction: On April 7, 2014, the University of Connecticut (UCONN) men’s basketball team was poised to reach their goal of a national championship. The AT&T Stadium was packed with 79,000 fans who paid an average of about $500 to watch the Final Four games. CBS cameras were setting up on the sidelines; the network paid approximately about $800,000,000 a year for the media rights to show the NCAA Tournament on its…

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    teaching one another. Since it is said that college students have alot of freetime, it should be required for college students to do complete various various public services. The U.S. should make it required for college students to do community services due to the lack of activities they have, they might of as well use their time to support the environment, and develop work ethic, not to mention that they also learn from experience. It should be mandatory for college students to do voluntary…

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    school for. College athletes need to be paid because of the work they put in that holds them from having jobs, their names and faces making money for colleges, and the risks they face to…

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    What went went wrong with Title IX, author Bagenstos talked about an important problem occurring in almost every college and university. Bagenstos main focus was how the Obama administration 's Department of Education has taken a huge and strong step on Title IX of the education amendments against violence and sexual harassment on college campuses. The author even mentioned how some colleges took this amendment in mind and tried to adopt some new policies that will change and decrease some…

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    low-income neighborhoods using my leadership philosophy. This past spring break, I had the opportunity to be a co-outreach for the Santa Ana outreach team. As co-outreach, I was responsible for calling schools in the area to schedule college presentations, creating college presentations catered to the specific needs of the students, and train current CAL students to give these presentations. This type of work is so essential to our community’s survival; as a result, I made it a goal of mine to…

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    Whether college athletes should be paid or not is a very controversial topic in the sports world. Many professional football or basketball players get paid millions of dollars each year and college athletes want the same. College athletes think that they should get paid for playing a sport such as football or basketball. Due to universities providing scholarships and paid tuition, athletes shouldn’t be paid to play a sport. College athletes shouldn’t be paid to play football or basketball…

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    College basketball vs. pro basketball It is surprising that college basketball teams do not even play half as much as pro basketball teams in one season. In a regular season, NCAA basketball teams play about 30 games, compared to the pros that play 82 games a season. Although they get to play this many games, they still sometimes get play in playoff games and championship games at the end of the season. In college, they have an end of the season tournament to get to the final four in a one…

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    students stress over their college admission, some stress over trying to get an athletic scholarship. Athletic scholarships can let the student get a real chance at a better life or even a chance at becoming a pro. College is a time where people can explore career options, have fun and experience the real world. To a student athlete, college exists as a path to a successful career, however, collegiate athletes who have potential in a professional career in sports view college as just a small…

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    red R a great deal ever since I started attending college. Every time I drive to Philadelphia though the Ben Franklin Bridge, it has always stuck out more than usual. I am currently attending Camden county college. I’m trying to get as much credit as I can cheapest way possible. When choosing a college or university, I’m always looking for the best tuition, close commuting location, and have the major I required. I attended Camden county college right after High School, unlike all the eager…

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