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    just over 30 miles apart, most would think Colorado State University-Fort Collins and the University of Northern Colorado would have much in common. Both universities are 4-year public institutions located in similar sized cities. Any outsider would think the two universities are very comparable. However, this is not the case at all. The two institutions differ drastically in cost, student body, and academic excellence. Money always has to be considered in any decision you make throughout your life. The decision students make for universities is no different. The cost differential between CSU and UNC is one to especially make note of. According to the Colorado State University website, tuition and general fees are a steep $10,590. Housing and meals are not cheap either at $11,526, books and supplies are $1,140, transportation is $674, and other educational costs are $1,360. This adds up to a grand total of $25,290. UNC, however, is much more affordable. According to the University of Northern Colorado’s website, tuition and general fees are a lot more reasonable at $6,024. Housing and meals are $10,560, books and supplies are $1,350, and other educational costs are $1,709. The total of UNC’s cost comes to just $19,643, an amount that is over $5,000 dollars less than CSU’s cost. With college costs being as high as they are, financial…

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    These colleges were chose by how I feel will impact my life after college. The University of Nebraska Omaha was my safe in state choice, Colorado State University was my dream college that was out of state, and my most realistic choice was Kansas State University. The University of Nebraska Lincoln is a safe choice because, I would only be an hour away from home, and the tuition price is more reasonable being priced at $19,297. Yet Colorado State University would be my dream college since…

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    just over 30 miles apart, most would think Colorado State University-Fort Collins and the University of Northern Colorado would have much in common. Both universities are 4-year public institutions located in similar sized cities. Any outsider would think the two universities are very comparable. However, this is not the case at all. The two institutions differ drastically in cost, student body, and academic excellence. Money always has to be considered in any decision you make throughout your…

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    Reflections Growing up, I went to a school form Kindergarten until my Senior year of High School. I grew up in a town of about a 100 people and held no job opportunities for your future. My parents had my brother and I when they were very young, so they weren’t exactly the kind of parents that gave us a bright future to look forward too. When deciding where I was going to college, the obvious choice to most of my class was to attend the community college about 30 minutes from our high school.I…

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    Concert Report #2 For my second concert report I attended the Colorado State University Honor Band recital. This was help December 12, 2015 at the Griffin Concert Hall. This concert was a collective group of honor band students from a variety of Colorado high schools and home schooled students. A range from freshmen to seniors. These students were standouts and handpicked from their respects schools. This was a students were led by conductor Rodney Dorsey. Dorsey comes from the University of…

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    Considered the most influential Autism speaker and humane animal treatment activist in the world, Dr. Temple Grandin has changed the face of slaughter house designs and functions immensely throughout the United States.…

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    Agriculture Dr. Temple Grandin is one of the most accomplished and well-known adults with autism in the world and she has played a large part in improving the animal agriculture industry. She is an American professor of animal science at Colorado State University, world renowned autism spokesperson and consultant to the livestock industry on animal behavior (Hauser, 2010). She has influenced the lives of many people and has made many accomplishments that have influenced the animal agriculture…

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    element, that impacts businesses, industries and individuals regularly. While risk exposure is not preventable, it is manageable through the implementation of a structured risk management process. The traditional risk management process is comprised of six steps, the identification of loss exposure, analyzing loss exposure, examining the feasibility of the risk management technique chosen, selecting the best risk management technique, implanting the selected technique, and lastly, monitoring…

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    for her to keep her machine she had to prove its worth with experiments. While conducting them, she figured out what she wanted to be; Temple wanted to be a scientist. Temple was now on the road that would lead her to her Ph.D. She was accepted at a small college. This college was in the same town as her high school. She wanted to study the behavior of cattle in different types of cattle chutes. Her animal-science professor told her to forget it. Temple left that class and went to one across…

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    Article Gilman uses ethos effectively establishing his credentials. He starts by acknowledging his job at Yale University as the academic librarian.” By knowing what audience appeals the author is utilizing, you can better understand how the author achieves their purpose. By understanding this, you can see better ways to use them in your own writing not only for CO150, but in other classes like world drama and eventually in your business career. The second piece of high stakes work that you…

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