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  • Edward Glaeser's Triumph Of The City

    Triumph of the City: Book Report The future is not Orange County. The future is not West Bloomfield, Michigan. The future is not Rye, New York. The future is Detroit. As preposterous as that statement might seem, it is one Edward Glaeser and I, both believe to be true. While suburbs are always going to be a part of the American and international lifestyle, in my opinion, they will never be the focal part of our future. Cities, on the other hand, have always been a fixture and will always be a…

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  • Jane Addams: The Spirit Of Progressivism

    doubt a shining example of what the spirit of progressivism stood for. Jane Addams was a founder of Hull-House, a settlement house which was established in eighteen eighty-nine. Hull-House was used primarily by poor Europeans, who immigrated to the Chicago land area. Hull-House had innovative social and educational programs which helped the immigrants grow accustomed to American living. Jane Addams main goal with Hull-House was to try and eliminate problems that were caused by urbanization,…

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  • The Nature Of Crime

    On the other side my opinion about the role of the media, in particular the role of cinema on the public, just got to be more strong and i do have no more doubt of the crucial influence which media and in particular the american medias and cinema directors and producers have on the spectator ( viewer) as well in American society but also internationally. I did the researches, read the books, trying to think in American way, and I suddenly realized, that the influence of the media in the case of…

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  • Save Money At Expensive Places

    Why Have I Chosen This Topic I have chosen this topic because the hardest part about going on vacation is choosing where I want to go. There are so many vacation spots in the United States, so it can be hard to pick the right one. I hope that after I do this paper, I will know exactly where to visit on my next vacation. I could save my family time and money by doing research. In the future, it could become my go-to spot. I can also share my results with my family and friends. What I Already…

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  • Key Stakeholders: The Vaccine For Children

    A description of the program; including the mission, the goals/objectives, and the stakeholders. Be sure to identify the key stakeholders. An analysis of the program’s suitability for evaluation based on an “evaluability assessment” as discussed in the text. It is okay if your program does not “pass” in all areas at this point. For example, we are going to assume that intended users are willing and able to use evaluation information in the context of your work in this semester. Regarding…

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  • Personal Narrative-My Most Epecial Place In Chicago

    There is a lot of moments in many places in the world; however, there are some places having especial moment you won’t forget for ever. Willis tower is an unusual place in Chicago. Willis tower, which is a point of pleasure for many people in the USA. I had a fantastic experience; I wish if I could to regained that’s moment to enjoy it again and again. I don’t think so, I will forgetting a tiny detail of all that day. I had a mix of emotions wondered, exciting, and something happed inside my…

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  • Adaptation Of The Book 'Divergent' By Veronica Roth

    Divergent is a novel written by Veronica Roth. The novel was later adapted into a film, even though it had some differences compared to the book. The setting is Chicago. The story is about a girl named Beatrice ‘Tris’ Prior who lives in a faction where the members are selfless, the Abnegation faction. She feels like she does not fit in her faction with her family and as the Choosing Ceremony approaches, she must choose if she leaves or stays in that faction. She finally decides to leave and…

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  • Lewis Vs Chicago Case Study

    Katherine Godfrey applied to be a firefighter for the city of Chicago. After going through a physical test she was denied, due to the written application. Katherine believed that was discriminating, based on gender. A similar case was ruled in 2002. The case was Lewis v. Chicago. Lewis sued based on the way the application use to work and thought discrimination was a part of it. When someone applied to be a firefighter in the city of Chicago they would put your application into categories. The…

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  • Ghost By Henrik Ibsen Essay

    “Ghosts” is a stage play written by the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. The stage play was written in 1881, and first staged in 1882 in Chicago, Illinois. (Mulyani, 2014) It was starred by Judi Dench, Michael Gambon, Kenneth Branagh, Freddie Jones and Natasha Richardson. Ghosts begins with a conversation between Mr. Engstrand and his daughter Regina. He tried to convince his daughter to come back home, and leave Mrs. Alving’s orphanage, which was built for Captain Alving’s, her husband, 10th…

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  • Jessica Jordan Poverty

    forming “posses,” groups of students who meet weekly to discuss issues and solutions to college life with a faculty adviser. “What sets us apart is that on-campus support,” said Zoe Engel, the Assistant to the Director at The Posse Foundation – Chicago. “Not just giving students money, which is great, but also, providing an intangible resource.” Giving out grant money to low-income students has become a trend among top colleges, according to Cockrell. “It can sound very sexy,” Cockrell said.…

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