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  • Bernie Sanders On Free College Education

    Amirah Badriah Mohd Azhar Political Science 1 Professor Anderson June 16, 2016 Paper Assignment: Bernie Sanders on Free College Education in the United States The Senator from Vermont that nobody knew about prior to the presidential race, Bernie Sanders, has come a long way to the surprise of most of the American public. Nobody could foresee the immense support he will gain especially from the younger generation who are the major force behind his campaigns and rallies. He has rejected funding…

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  • Effects Of Identity Contingencies

    According to Steele’s research and the experiment conducted by a group of social psychologists at Princeton University any groups of student is susceptible to confirming negative stereotype against themselves and their members. The experiment shows that when both the white students and black students were told that golfing measure based on the stereotype their group…

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  • Affirmative Action, Malcolm X: A Life Of Reinvention?

    action in higher education has been given to people whom families were not discriminated against by society and can damn near pay for college. Nicolaus Mills’ research on who benefits from affirmative action of which compares and contrast Harvard University studies. Mills finding displays that Harvard’s African American alumni that only about a third of Harvard’s African American students were from families in which all four grandparents were born in America and have descendants of slaves.…

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  • The Importance Of Making A Better Tomorrow

    Making A Better Tomorrow College is the crucial link to a successful life today. Success is putting pressure of taking on post high school education on the students, and the pressure is more than they can take. Far too many students would rather work than have to deal with the many bills associated with college. Doomed are the students whose government refuses to help fund education. Any amount of help would be greatly beneficial for the entire nation. Government officials need to step up and…

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  • The Challenges And Disadvantages Of First Generation College Students

    students are the first in their family to attend college and come from low socioeconomic backgrounds. We wanted to take upon this topic to expose many of the disadvantages and challenges that 1st generation college students are faced with at the 4-year university level, particularly at Cal State Los Angeles; considering the demographic of 1st generation students consists of 60% admitted freshman. Cal State LA is also one of the more diverse institutions with 89% people of color and 11% white.…

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  • Online Vs Online Education

    As the importance of a college education grows, students are looking for more ways to attend the classes necessary to acquire one. These students typically have busy schedules or live a distance away from their school of choice. This means that the students may not have the opportunity to attend their classes in person. The most popular alternative is taking the course in an online environment. However, with so many students turning to this option, people have been questioning whether or not an…

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  • Reflection Of The English Camp Company

    applied to work for the English Camp Company in Europe I would have never imagined getting offered a position, let alone actually packing up my stuff and moving to the other side of the world. I applied to this program after completing Eastern Oregon Universities, English for Speakers of Other Languages minors program. I took my knowledge from the classroom and applied it directly to this experience. While in Italy, I wore multiple hats. The English Camp Company provides a two-week session…

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  • Causes Of College Tuition

    The cost of attending college in the United States, which can be called the sticker price, has been steadily increasing for the last few years. The cost of tuition has sparked controversy as universities attempt to find a price that pays for tuition, but also is affordable for their students. This has become a problem because it is important to attend college in order to have a successful career, but the initial price of college isn’t possible for some students. As a student who is paying…

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  • Attending College Essay

    Firsthand college freshman, recent high school graduates, still have the mind set of being in high school. It is their initiation of becoming adults and having to constantly have mixed feelings about their new journey. College is hard to sometimes hard for some people, since students have been accustomed to high school for four years. It is students’ first experience and can be intimidating for some scholars. It is not like school, where everything is handed to you as to where college is more…

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  • College Essay About Cheating Life

    Cheating Life Faking ones way through life is not the right route to take. A common catch phrase that I once heard is, “Fake It Till You Make It.” The meaning of the catch phrase is to impersonate confidence until success has been produced, which will help generate real confidence. Three common subjects people may fake their way through is college, sports, and jobs. Although individuals fake their way through most things, they are only cheating themselves in life. A person could easily cheat…

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