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    I wanted to start off by saying, in addition to the Cayman Islands and London programs you have asked me about, I have also participated in the Cuba Spring Break Program and the Granada, Spain summer program. Q) Can you tell me a little about your background and your path to law school? A) During my senior year of high school I enlisted in the Army as a Military Intelligence Analyst. I served in the Army for over 5 years, most of which was spent overseas. When my time in service was coming to an end, I knew I would struggle to find a job comparable to what I did in the military. So instead of looking for similar jobs, I looked for a career path where I could use the skills I developed as an intelligence analyst, namely, research and writing. Those skills flowed naturally into the practice of law, setting me on…

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    Cayman Island Case Study

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    Background of Cayman Island During the dark and moonless night of the 8th of February 1794, an navigational error have resulted ten of the British ships, including a Royal Navy vessel (HMS Convert), being wrecked on the treacherous coral reefs off East End, Grand Cayman. The local people saved everyone aboard the ships, including, so the story goes, a royal prince. When Britain's King George III heard of this act of gallantry, he is said to have decreed that the people of the Cayman Islands…

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    Turks and Caicos Islands, and Cayman Islands. Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean. Currently, people can legally travel to Cuba if it is educational, religious, volunteer work, etc. Plane tickets to Cuba from the United States can only be booked through third-party travel agencies. However, there are many Americans who travel to Cuba through Mexico or another Caribbean island and not get their passport stamped so they won’t go to jail once they get back…

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    One place you should go to is Grand Cayman. In September 2016, I went on a cruise on the Carnival Breeze. The Carnival Breeze left from Galveston, Texas. It was a seven-day cruise that stopped at three ports. The three ports were Montego Bay, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel. We had four sea days and three port days. The days at sea were very different than the days at port. My favorite day out of all seven days was the fourth day. The fourth day we stopped at Grand Cayman. Grand Cayman was beautiful.…

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    argument using a theory of convergent evolution. This hybrid five-part inductive argument allows Coyne to explain some attributes of island species that remained puzzles for Darwin. Secondly, this hybrid…

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    Many world leaders throughout history have attempted to compose the great society, or as they believed, utopia. On these occurrences, they in some way try to subdue the creative and free thinking side of human nature. In Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, Mustapha Mond achieves universal stability. As we see in the New World society, stability is made the first priority at the expense of most of the people 's intrinsic human faculties. Mond explains eloquently and quite persuasively to John and…

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    How close is modern America’s government to controlling all, if not most, of our society today? Our current government gradually begins to take over the lives of people like that in Brave New World. Aldous Huxley’s novel Brave New World depicts a futuristic society that utilizes science to control the lives of mostly everybody by categorizing them into specific castes. The author’s vision of a utopian society in his novel is relatively, but not entirely, close to modern American society.…

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    Imagine living in a society where individualism wasn't an acceptable concept. Picture a world where “I” wasn't a state of mind. This is the theme of Ayn Rand's Anthem, a dystopian novel set in the distant future. “We learned that the earth is flat and the sun revolves around it, which causes the day and the night. We learned the names of all the winds which blow over the seas and push the sails of our great ships. We learned how to bleed men to cure them of all ailments.” (Rand 23). This quote…

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    Tristan Da Cunha Culture

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    southern Atlantic ocean. It is a very unique place that few people know about, and that is why I chose to learn more about this culture. It is truly interesting to see how the people on Tristan da Cunha live their lives, and how different their way of life is from our own. There are no airports on the island of Tristan da Cunha, so the only way to get there is by boat, across some of the roughest waters on the planet. Boats from South Africa only travel to the island eight or nine times per…

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    I am Emnjundi Jacqueline Longton (call me Jackie), and this is my story. I live in the utopia of Colorum, or perhaps it is the dystopia of Colorum. Utopia is certainly what our world appears to be. We all have our jobs, our lifestyles. When we change, we can change our surroundings if we wish. Everyone is happy, except for those who are misfits. Those who don’t get along with our law. No one knows what happens to them, just that they get removed. To where? No one knows. To people in Hyacinthum,…

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