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    State University. ASU is large, public, four year university. It is located in the small suburban city of Tempe, Arizona. It has an admission rate of eighty percent, admitting approximately 17,465 people a year. Admission requirements for ASU are four years of English, four years of Mathematics (algebra I, geometry, algebra II and one course requiring algebra II as a prerequisite), three years total of Laboratory Science (1 year each from any of the following areas are accepted:…

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    As an individual who is never satisfied with the status quo and is always involved, Boston College presents the perfect opportunity for me to grow both personally and intellectually. Since birth, Jesuit values and traditions have been embedded in my identity. My mom, an alumna of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps, stressed social justice, volunteerism, and community service throughout my childhood, encouraging me to get involved in organizations for the benefit of others. In the fall of my sophomore…

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    There is a great likeness between the Boston massacre and the Kent State university shootings.Both display an iconic contribution to our American History. One was based on morality and the other was based on monetary benefits, can you decipher between the two? In 1770 The Boston Massacre shooting occurred between the American colony and the British colony. Now, in 1970 the shootings of Kent State University happened which was not the same act nor scenario as that of the Boston Massacre, yet it…

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    While attending Boston University, I pursued the three aforementioned focuses by performing tedious research and fact-checking to understand the surface level events of history and the complexities that underlie them. I was able to achieve a 3.67 within my major, but from history, I was also able to understand that it’s integral to gain actual experience from life. While in attendance at Boston University, I worked at the African Presidential Center, a non-profit dedicated to understanding the…

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    factors and not because of internal ones (Boston University School of Public Health). This model proposes a different view, where individuals gain and continue behavior, however, they keep in mind the social environment where they carry out the behavior (Boston University School of Public Health). The STC identifies an essential group of psychosocial determinants (self-efficacy, outcome expectations, goals and impediments and facilitators) in order to be able to understand well an extensive…

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    In texts authors can use literary elements to affect a story's meaning and to help make connection to readers. Literary elements include many things, such as, imagery, hyperboles, similes, metaphors, connotative meaning, emotion, and shades of meaning. These elements help authors to create new depths of meaning in a various amount of ways, some texts that use literary elements to impact meaning and tone are, "I Have A Dream", "38 Witnesses", and "Night". To begin, one text that is affected by…

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    I was nominated by teachers for the program Upward Bound at Boston University. I was in shock that I would get nominated, after all it seemed like my teachers were losing faith in me, even though they would constantly remind me of how much of a leader I was, how my experience, Independence and maturity was able to shape me into an individual who had too much of an adult mind. Spending my time there always seemed to give me the extra push it gave me a reason to keep going, and to feel proud of…

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    your specific angle) For my final project, I will follow up on the city council meeting from Dec. 19, 2014, between the Committee on Education and Boston University President Robert Brown that focused on diversity in the Boston University community. I will use that angle to discuss the changes in the school’s diversity since 2014. B. PREVIOUS COVERAGE: (write one sentence demonstrating you have thoroughly scrubbed your angle and it has not been the subject of news coverage in the past 1-3…

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    1301(63404) Lesson 7(Q.2) Enrichment Idea 2 9 February, 2017 Comparison Between Kent State University and Boston Massacre Shootings History doesn’t repeat itself. We are the one who make history ingeminate its past story again and again. I believe that history is the academic discipline which analyze the past events along with the memories and discovery. In the journey of repeating those stories I got chance to study and research about the two most misfortune gun firing in the Kent State…

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    ‘’On April 15, 2013, two bombs went off near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, killing three spectators and wounding more than 260 other people. Four days later, after an intense manhunt that shut down the Boston area, police captured one of the bombing suspects, 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, whose older brother and fellow suspect, 26-year-old Tamerlan Tsarnaev, died following a shootout with law enforcement earlier that same day” (“Boston Marathon Bombings”).This capture and shootout…

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