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    The Seat Next to Me Today, I am sitting in the first row. Behind me, a student with her husband and parents. For decency, I am not crying, but it is pouring inside. I am being inducted into Golden Key Honour Society and both seats next to me are empty. I see some peers with their parents. They were all dressed to the nines. It was as if they were going to a gala. I felt nothing, but envy. For the last four years of my US college education, I have not been able to count on the…

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    I realized that going through the same experience while applying to colleges, going to a community college would be a better choice for me simply because I would not have to pay anything whereas in a University I would have to stress about ways to pay off my debt and loan. I believe that in a time where every student is faced with the pressure…

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    “Two Years Are Better than Four”, is very passionate about college. She is a college enthusiast that has been to two community colleges and has a degree in biology. Addison writes “[college] offer a network of affordable future, accessible hope, and an option to dream” (258). Addison is all for college, in fact, she ranks it highly important in America. She is especially for community college. Addison does not believe you have to go to four years of college to find hope, to dream. I could…

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    if the tuition for a college student should be free. “Tennessee Is Showing How Free Tuition Community College Works” by Celeste Carruthers, “Free Tuition Is a Needless Windfall for Affluent Voters and State Institutions” by Michael J. Petrilli, and “The Problem Is That Free College Isn’t Free” by Andrew P. Kelly argue at the definition if having a free tuition could work. Meanwhile, “Obama’s “Free” Community College Scheme” by Michael A. LaFerrara, and “Free Tuition Can Boost Latinos College…

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    For example, classes are scheduled within the parameters of traditional classrooms with a professor or on-line. Moreover, Ball State Honors College will develop leadership skills that will enhance learning both inside the classroom and in the community. By transferring, Ball State’s Honor College will act as a catalyst to engage me on the career path as a Registered Dietician. Furthermore, once the decision to attend Ball State University, there will be no looking back. Pursuing an education…

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    development process (M.L. Santos-Vijande et al., 2010). During that process, employees can specifically identify their company’s knowledge and develop their practical working skills through demonstrating what they have learnt. Take for example Communities of Practice (CoP), where learning is mostly informal and…

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    Free college/university Studying at a college/university here in the United States can cost a life full of debt. Being able to study should not cost any money. Depending on the college that is attended to, tuition varies, a contributive factor of this tuition is if you’re an in-state or out of-state resident. Most of college students start at the young age of 17 or 18, and most of them don’t have the right knowledge to start getting into economic debt. The years passes and college tuition rises,…

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    Community Link “The definition of a volunteer is a person who donates his time or efforts for a cause or organization without being paid.” http://www.yourdictionary.com/. Helping other people in need can be a joyful experience, and something that many people believe is worth their time and effort. Some people volunteer because it makes them feel good about themselves. Other people volunteer to make themselves or their organization look good. Many people are required to volunteer due to…

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    The Laramie Project, written by Moises Kaufman and the members of the Tectonic Theater Project, offers a commentary on homosexuality and living as a minority in the United States. As a gay man, Matthew Shepard represents a small minority in the overwhelmingly conservative town of Laramie, Wyoming. In Laramie, the population is largely straight and 89.39% Caucasian. These demographics represent one of the most reserved political views of rural republicanism. Rural republicans are largely…

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    Why give free college? While some argue that the government has already have too many expenses in there hands and not all taxpayers agree to this cause, yet there's still some benefits to it. America has have this debate some oppose or agree. The government should give free college as can be beneficial: can stop the boomerang generation from increasing or slow the rate of it, it matters in this day in age. Make it universal and make the rate of doctors and engineers and etc increase more.…

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