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    Clery Act Essay

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    In 1990, President George W. Bush signed into law the Clery Act. This Act requires that higher education institutions submit yearly data to the DoE regarding designated crimes on campuses. A recent study found that universities reported approximately 44% more rapes during their audit period. After their audit period, these numbers dropped to an almost indistinguishable number. The sexual assault reports at Penn State between the 2010 and 2012 audit increased 1389% (Yung 4). The DoE is looking for ways in which to increase the number of reported rapes in between campus audits. First, currently being considered in a bipartisan bill before Congress, the DoE should be authorized to issue much larger fines for Clery Act violations. Second, the…

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    Campus Sexual Assault

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    crime posing, an immediate or ongoing threat to students and campus officials. In the event of a campus crime, which presents an ongoing threat to the campus community, the institution is required to provide a timely warning to the college community containing information to prevent similar crimes. The Annual Security Report is required to be published by October 1st of each year, containing the last 3 years worth of reported crimes occurring on that specific college campus. The report must…

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    Louise is a story about two women who decide to go on a trip, but it does not go as planned. The premise is a classic adventure story about friends who plan a great adventure; however, they hit bumps in the road, but the problems they endure help them define themselves. In the three act breakdown, act I is the planning of the trip to taking off on the trip, act II is the runaway from all their troubles, which leads to act III Thelma and Louise tries to escape and their official acceptance of an…

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    20 other students, who are also panicked about the same test you are about to take. The 20 other students in the classroom, however, are all from different economic classes, races, religions, and genders. Despite that, each and every one of you are grouped together to take the same test. The test administrator instructs you to begin, and every student, equipped with a #2 pencil, begins swiftly reading and vigorously filling in bubbles. You’re panicked and sweating because you know the test you…

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    Act Test Prevalence

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    ACT Test prevalence Since the ACT is mainly used for measuring readiness for first year college preparatory courses, it doesn 't necessarily measure how ready a student is for higher level courses. The ACT tests, as defined by “Data on Student Preparation, College Readiness, and Achievement in College,” “seek to predict how current students will perform in courses commonly taken by new college students”. Instead of measuring how well you will do in learning and storing the information in…

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    Ever since the introduction of sin onto the Earth, all of mankind eventually commit sins. Romans 3:23 states, “…for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” Our inevitable crimes come to pass due to various stimuli. Many characters and symbols in Lord of the Flies by William Golding are shown to be capable of both good and evil. Golding offers the idea that society’s beast is innate in all of us (143). No matter how we act in convenient circumstances or where we grew up, we can all…

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    . We all lose friends; it is inevitable. Despite our efforts, friends drift apart and move away, or we merely find other social groups that suit us. During this time, we may remain close friends or distant acquaintances with one another. We may even experience an outfall due to an argument or betrayal. In rare cases, unforgiveable actions thrash the line of friendship. Depending on the situation, every individual acts differently. Burdened by low self esteem and eternal struggles,…

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    how they act frivolously, irreverently, and manipulate others. The definition of earnest is “showing depth and sincerity of feeling.” Throughout the play, the way Algernon acts frivolously makes him not earnest. In the first act, Algernon knows that bringing Jack to his house in the country is a bad idea. Algernon states “Yes, that is all very well; but I am afraid Aunt Augusta won’t quite approve of your being here” (act one) Algernon knows that Jack and Gwendolen have been flirting around,…

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    Critics that claim that these warnings act as shields from the inevitability of reality fail to recognize that more often than not these trigger warnings are for those who have already experienced a reality that they would rather not relive. That reason alone should be enough to negate any critics ' argument completely. But what of the students that would simply experience discomfort in the event that being exposed to merely sensitive and uncomfortable topics are approached? It all depends…

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    Standardized testing such as the SAT and the ACT is a type of test that is meant to determine how well you understand several academic subjects in order to be admitted into college. These types of test include questions in a form of an essay, short answers, multiple choices, or a combination of these together. This practice has been used for so long that it has become a part of the American culture. Every year, high school juniors and seniors take the SAT or the ACT in the hope that they score…

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