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    In his op- ed essay titled, What is a Practical Education? Mr. Murray hopes to convince the reader that universities who narrow or exclude liberal arts and general education courses are on the rise. Thus, the inevitable result will be a direct path to producing workers for a specific job, in a specific field and will not be able to adapt to changes that will inevitably come. Although he himself is a professor and should have first-hand knowledge of statistics that would answer key questions such…

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    A four-year college is essential for majority of high school students to attain for our nation to achieve economic growth. Robert Perry argues this point throughout his article, “On 'Real Education. '” Perry article, “On 'Real Education, '” argument is that our nation is digressing in four-year college graduates compared to other nations. His argument was created to refute Charles Murray’s idea that too many students are enrolling in four-year colleges and most of those students should…

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    For example a lot of them would worry about paying off their student loans before, and after college. Most college students usually have jobs just to pay for student loans and everyday living expenses. There 's a new study founded by Georgetown University over the past twenty-five years, more than seventy percent of student work while attending school ( Rapacon). It would be nicer for them to have to worry only about living expenses, instead of stressing out over their college bills. From…

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    college is one of the most stressful days of their lives. They simply do not know what to expect in this new environment. Even though it was stressful for me, too, it was also one of the most exciting days of my life. It was my first day of attending university in the United States which I knew was the first step toward reaching my ultimate goal. I got to meet many new and interesting people who shared similar interests to me. Overall, my first day of college at MTSU was a huge success. One of…

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    Does relationships, money, possessions, religion, make a person happy? According to the dictionary, happy is a state of being delighted, pleased, or glad, over a particular thing (“happy”). Many would disagree with this statement. Outside things can not make a person happy, because it comes from within the person. A person can live their life how they chose, it all comes from whats going on inside them (Henri). Everyone is searching for happiness in life, even college students. College students…

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    The CU Boulder audience, diverse as it may be, would most likely agree with Britz 's conclusion. Although this may seem like an agreeable point of view, it also seems very unlikely that universities will adopt completely unbiased and fair selection methods in the near future. There simply isn 't a way to have both an unbiased selection and diversity. Different people don 't just fit in perfectly with the expected standards. Ultimately, there…

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    Social forces have a huge impact on everything in our lives. These forces impact what we choose to wear to what job we choose to have in life. These forces have a strong impact on shaping our life. One major status in my life in being a CSU Stanislaus student! This is a awesome status I inquired, but social forces pushed me into it! Today I am going to write about how this forces impacted this status! Okay so first let 's talk about social institutions that had an impact! Two Major social…

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    Lucy Moua Reid ELA 12 Period 4: U2SC 15 December 2016 Is college really worth it? I don’t know about you, but without a doubt, our parents and family has always lectured us from the beginning of our lives that receiving an education is the most important task. Receiving an education would be in fact, graduating out of college and with that is the key to the gate of an amazing ever-lasting career and life-long financial wealth. Naturally, going to college and receiving a degree has become a…

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    Two Plagiarism Policies’ Comparison Acquiring acknowledge and creating your own thoughts is a complex process that most students face in college or university. Nowadays, in North America, plagiarism is a serious topic in academic life. Why? Because of two reasons: ignorance and immense information on the Internet that causes students think it is an easy way to accomplish any writing task, however, hardly they concern about the concept “plagiarism”. But what is plagiarism? Plagiarism is when you…

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    Community College Vs. Four-year Thinking, Thinking, Thinking… When it comes to Community College or a four-year University. There is a lot to think about. When they have just getting finish with High School, which that was hard by it self. College is the last thing most people are thinking about. Well let 's see which one is the best to start with. When selecting a school its want to make sure that it offers the classes and degree program that they are aiming to achieve. For example mechanical…

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