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    When it comes down to picking a college, people have many different criteria based on what they are looking for in an institution. For myself, it is not about the frat life and I can care less about the size of the campus. There are three things that really matter to me. The first is the fact that the school offers my major. As a Hoosier that grew up around a basketball, I would love the opportunity to continue my basketball career. And finally the proximity to home, and what is around the town. I have narrowed my school choices to three. The first is Manchester University, a liberal arts school in North Manchester, Indiana. My second choice for college is Indiana University-Bloomington a public university in, guess what town, Bloomington, Indiana. A third option for my next step in education is Anderson University a liberal arts institution in Anderson, Indiana. It may seem like there is not much of a difference between three Indiana schools, but the differences they have may change the perception of my college destination. Major Manchester University Manchester University has a sports management degree that on paper seems to have success for a smaller school, where connections are key for the degree (Sport Management). During a visit to Manchester, I had the chance to meet with Doctor Ryan Hedstrom, a sports management…

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    there were people also sitting down with others having conversations or by themselves during schoolwork, and there were also people walking in and out of the student center. This affected the conversation because at times this caused noise to our conversation, that caused us to be distracted at times, since we were focusing on different things instead of the conversation. Over time we were able to adjust to environment of our conversation. Our individual factors also played a role in our…

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    Conflict In Breaking Away

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    Breaking Away is about Dave, Mike, Cyril, and Moocher, best friends who have decided to stay home one additional year after they have graduated from Bloomington High. This group of guys, as well as other people who live and work in Bloomington, and do not attend Indiana University are referred to as “cutters”. In the movie, cutters have a negative. Dave, the main character in the movie, has taken the false identity of an Italian cyclist. Dave’s heroes in this movie are the Italian cyclists that…

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    I was in 10th grade and in my second year at one of the most prestigious college prep schools in the county; but I was miserable. I chose to attend this school because it impressed my parents and other adults, but I never considered whether the school was right for me. In 9th grade, I focused on my work and did not allow myself to feel the effects of the cold and unforgiving environment. However, in 10th grade my lack of connection to peers and teachers at the school became undeniable. I tried…

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    Bloomington is a town, which is full of different kinds of nonprofit organizations, and there are always events that held by those organizations going on daily. It is hard to catch every single event, but because of the large variety of nonprofit organizations, people who live here can have lots of choices to participate into them and experience the voluntarism and altruism at the same time. According to Indiana.edu, there are approximately 1,082 nonprofit organizations at Bloomington (Indiana…

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    Iu Bloomington Objective

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    Entering IU Bloomington as an undergraduate freshman would enable me to begin my journey in trying everything I’ve ever wanted to do; learning how to play the violin, and becoming a virtuoso in the piano and the guitar. With the skills I will develop at IU Bloomington, I would love to be able to pursue a musical career in composing music, or being a singer/ songwriter. Besides music, however, I would like to try my luck at being an actor, improve my acting skills, my singing ability, and…

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    Set up in 1820, Indiana University Bloomington is the pioneer grounds of IU's eight grounds statewide. Progression, imaginativeness, and educational open door are indications of our existence class duties in investigation and human expressions. Indiana University understudies get it all—the storybook experience of what school should look like, and the boundless open entryways that go with it. Top-situated scholastics. Shocking staff. Dynamic grounds life. Overall society. Remarkable music and…

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    Creating a better life for the Bloomington community; attacking obesity with group exercising. Indiana is ranked seventh in the nation for adult obesity states, according to thestateofobesity.org. That means a lot of people don’t work out, matter of fact they barely move at all. Every day we sit in the car or bus on the way to work, we sit at a desk for most of our shift, and we do the same on the way back home until it’s time for bed. A trio of students are working on changing this in the city…

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    Geographic Location Normal, Illinois is part of the Bloomington-Normal Metro area, the state’s seventh biggest prefecture. The road travel in the city thrives, and many rely on the vast routes created by I-39, I-55, and the Interstate 74 to connect them to Chicago and other Illinois cities. Located five miles from the downtown area, the main airport, the Central Illinois Regional Airport, serves direct service to multiple airline hubs across the country. A mass transit system, the…

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    These four areas involve learning and growth, business processes, customers, and finance. Hence, it’s used to attain objectives, measurements, initiatives and goals that result from these four primary functions of a business ((Stephen, 2014, pp.328-334). Bloomington Medical Practice is a private owned, for-profit practice that was founded ten years ago by two physicians who wanted to get more free time than their solo practice allowed to do so. It has two walk-in clinics in Bloomington,…

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