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    Regarding posting flyers for house council executive board candidates, there was not a history of mandating resident assistants to put up flyers for candidates ever before. When I was a sophomore student running for the president position in Johnson, Lewis, and Thatcher cluster's (abbreviated as JOLT) house council, I literally had to put up my flyers myself with my own hands in each hall and conversed with every passenger for election. This holds the truth to every other candidate as well. For those candidates who did not exert any efforts in this election, I want to mention that they did not want to get involved because of many reasons. Furthermore, house council does not support indolence. Every single house council program requires each executive and programming member' determined endeavor, precious time, physical energy, and enormous creativity. A president has to create agendas for all house council meetings; a vice president has to attend every RHA meeting at Tuesday night; a treasurer has to spend time on calculating and keeping the budget up to date; and finally a secretary has to record paramount details of each meeting. Every programming member surely does lots of jobs as well, such as helping setting up tables and cleaning up after.…

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    Pros Of Being Homeless

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    chain. Along that note, free or low cost job training should be offered in these public housing areas to help these would be workers reach a higher paying job. The more money that they make, the easier it is to be self-sufficient and stop relying on aid to live. For example there is “a new program funded by United Way” that “offers job-search help to people in imminent danger of homelessness" (Katel). Another great example was putting unemployed men to work on federally funded projects like the…

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    Research Portfolio: The retrospective data gathered for this paper will be the foundation for the argument. The book and papers previously mentioned will serve a significant role in helping to gather information because they themselves are detailed and all contain a preponderance of further readings on the subject. The kind of information which I focused on was facts about the intentions of the LDDC and then reports on what they ended up producing. Also, I used reports of other gentrified areas…

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    contrast to the housing in the overcrowded and dilapidated slums (and some residents of the quarter did not even have such housing), new lighthouse where you can live for a separate lockable door, with electric lighting, light walls, with large spaces around buildings, in terms consistent with the realities of the XX century. A lot of attention was paid to the fact that children can play safely on the wide lawns, rather than the dark backyard. In addition, in the first quarter was supposed to…

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    so when the Council labels students their profession, he wishes for the Scholar label. Unfortunately the decision didn’t go as planned. After receiving the label of being a street sweeper, Equality 7-2521 finds a tunnel from The Unmentionable Times. This tunnel becomes his “experimentation lab”. In this lab, he re-invents electricity and presents the invention to the Council of Scholars. The Council asks Equality 7-2521 if he made the invention alone. He replied with yes. “‘What is not done…

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    someone’s beliefs or attitude. This method is also shown in Anthem by the council keeping everyone in a “we” mindset and changing them over originally. One way of brainwashing…

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    School Observation

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    I traveled to the government center in toledo to attend a meeting with a small group of government students. Along the way, we got lost but eventually found the tall white building that one of our friends described to us as the government center. I found a parking spot and paid the parking meter. We walked the rest of the way in the unpredicted humid May weather. The building was refreshingly cool; the inside was presented in a sophisticated manner. I could not help but feel out of place in my…

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    else, and the readers later learn that he has blonde hair and blue eyes, an uncommon combination in this society. Just Equality’s image makes him seem conspicuous, therefore he is already to be feared. Second, while he is enrolled in school, Equality contrasts from the other humans because he asks questions and is absolutely brilliant. These qualities cause problems in his life. The teachers and other authorities dislike his behavior, so Equality tries to dull himself down and seem less…

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    The temperature outside was 73 degrees, but fuses were blowing at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. Continuing business from October’s meeting, councilmember Dale Reynolds requested that a special meeting be held in the interest of homelessness in the city. Having that meeting in the Multi-purpose Room with department heads from city agencies, two council members met on Wednesday to put their heads together to implement a way, to solve the ever growing problem. “Homeless people, whether they…

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    Council Of Trent

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    The Council of Trent spanned a lengthy 18 years (1545-1563) and proved to be one of the most significant of the 21 ecumenical councils convened in Church history. Despite the import of an historical event which influenced Catholic teaching for years to come, little work has been written on this particular council. However, Fr. John O’Malley, S.J., has presented a detailed recounting of this remarkable event in his book, Trent: What Happened at the Council, published by the Belknap Press of…

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