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    In Remembrance of Aggie Fausnaugh (1929 – 2016) The Agnes H. Fausnaugh Endowed Scholarship Fund is a bequest from Aggie Fausnaugh, Ohio Wesleyan, to her beloved sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Aggie Park attended Ohio Wesleyan University where she became a member of Rho Chapter in 1946. It was that same fall that Aggie met Hal A. Fausnaugh, a member of Beta Theta Pi and her future husband. From the moment she met Hal, she knew he was the guy for her. Kappa was another great love of Aggie’s life.…

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    My church has many opportunities to get involved, while looking at theses opportunities I chose the ones that fit myself best. These consist of being a youth worker in the nursery and participating in teaching sunday school during church services. If I could change anything it would be to volunteer more in the kitchen and in the summer programs. This would let me fellowship and grow with other believers. This summer I worked as a youth worker for a concert where I helped prepare food and brought…

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    a good name. In 1977 the technical center was established in the United States. At the end of 1979 sales reached 10 million units that year. The 1980’s was a decade of continued growth as the other decades were. In 1981 the Toyota technological institute was established. In 1984 Toyota does a joint venture with General motors called the United Motor Manufacturing Inc. In 1986 the Teiho plant opened and in 1987 the company expanded to Europe. In 1988 domestic sales reached 2 million units that…

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    It appears like Japan does not really care about the global ban on whales. It has been reported that Japan will continue their hunting of whales after a 365 day drought. Japan seems convinced about the idea that whales don't deserve to live. It has been announced that Japan will only do it, however, on a limited level and it will not be a full on whale killing spree. SO MANY DISAGREE WITH JAPAN KILLING WHALES There are many environmental groups and various governments that completely…

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    “A 38-year-old woman presents with severe vaginal bleeding and discharge that had continued for three months. A biopsy and CT PET scans revealed stage IIB high-grade squamous cell cervical carcinoma. Chemotherapy and radiation were suggested by the patient's gynecologist …Instead, the patient sought treatment at a facility whose Web site guarantees patients will be cured by their special combination of radiation and “immune boosting” herbal treatments, which preserve ovarian function…Though the…

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    Equality vs. Society “True independence and freedom can only exist in doing what’s good”(Young). This quote states that you need independence and individuality to be good, and that is exactly what Equality demonstrates. Anthem was written in 1938 by Ayn Rand who is from Saint Petersburg, Russia. Many novels first words have a huge impact on the entire story, this is especially true in the novella Anthem. “It is a sin to write this.” The opening line of Anthem suggests in the society there is a…

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    Ayn Rand's Objectivism

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    Ayn Rand’s “Objectivism” emphasizes individual achievement and rejection of responsibility to others, a philosophy that aligns rather well with the ideas of many of today’s emerging adults, as described by Christian Smith, but would certainly face significant scrutiny by Robert Bellah for its near-anarchism. While Rand’s proposals are somewhat radical in comparison with modern American society, the similar views of today’s youth may indicate an imminent change, or in the least emphasize the…

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    In the book Anthem by Ayn Rand, Equality sacrificed his relationships, reputation, and citizenship in order to achieve wisdom, freedom, and individuality. His determination illustrated that immense sacrifice is necessary to stand up for individual beliefs and to attain happiness. When he left his community, Equality sacrificed his friendly relations. He left behind those that he worked with such as International, one of Equality’s best friends, and Union, who was familiar to Equality even though…

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    In the book Anthem by Ayn Rand, the society is orderly, simple, and “equal.” The government has forced everyone and everything to be the same. Now, instead of speaking as an individual, they speak as one. People are forced to say “we” instead of I, “us” instead me or “ours” instead of mine. Throughout the course of the text, the theme of Relationships has progressed and developed in many ways. In the beginning, Equality 7-2521 loved his brothers, just as they love him. Before they go to bed…

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    Ayn Rand Non Conformism

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    The average man is a conformist, accepting miseries and disasters with the stoicism of a cow standing in the rain, were all written by an amazing author who is commonly known for her radical philosophy and conceptions. This well-known author is Ayn Rand, an objectivist, or one who believes in concepts such as self-reliance or importance of the individual before the group. Rand essentially founded the objectivist movement by portraying characters within her fictional work in such a way that her…

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