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    their life, there are others that get sidetracked by the parties and drugs. College students that fail to remember what they are going to school for and tend to walk in the wrong direction. College dormitories are constant distractions and can be menacing. Statistics shows that now all college dorms are secured. GCC spokesman Mike Zitz proclaimed, “Residential colleges – those with dorms – usually have more problems than commuter…

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    University. Everything was new to him; new people, a new school, and a new place where he would live for the next four years. He lived in a dormitory, however the building he was originally supposed to stay in was under construction when it came to the start of the school year. He was temporarily put in a double room that housed three students that he knew nothing about which had him feeling very apprehensive. Provided in the dorm room was a corner desk, a single bed that converted into a couch,…

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    Housing for College Freshman College is a big change in a person’s life. College is a change for young students and old. Students worry about tuition, books, and student loans regardless of age. Student housing is one of the biggest obstacles a college freshman will face. The small dormitories and community bathrooms are horrendous. The apartment style dorms are too expensive and harbor strict rules. These places are not appropriate or suitable for children or elders to live in. Older college…

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    In the hierarchy of worst possible roommates, the slob is at the apex. The reason behind this is because the Slob lacks basic hygiene and cleaning habits. The Slob can commonly be found in desperate need of a serious shower and surrounded by a stack of dirty clothes, food wrappers and pungent footwear. The slob will only attract insects and more filth to the dormitory. Do not be surprised to enter the kitchen and discover the dishes to be stacked to the top of the sink, as this is part of the…

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    College Compare Contrast Essay “The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education” (Martin Luther King Jr.). Education has become an important factor in in society today. So important that there are hundreds of schools to choose from. Each school has its own qualities that make it unique. The properties of each school are what cause a student to want to go there. The Universities of Wisconsin…

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    Resident Advisors Going to college is a daunting task. Living on campus is even more daunting. However, there is a person who can help make this experience a more pleasant one. This person is a called a resident advisor. A resident advisor is an older student who is responsible for helping younger students living in a college or university resident hall. Resident advisors are trained to check-in and check-out students who are entering and exiting the resident hall. They are also responsible for…

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    Two main reasons contribute to why I would love to become a Resident Advisor. To help make campus housing fun and safe is the first reason. Students spend majority of their time in college inside the residence halls. I want to be able to show students that he/ or she can do more than just sleep here. RSA and other RA’s provide many fun events to the students and I would love to a part of planning those fun events. In addition, I would like to show students that he or she does not have to party…

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    William stepped onto the floor. He paused at a bulletin board to read Christian-themed literature, and dates for upcoming Christian Coalition meetings and events. He turned and walked down a hallway lined with whitewashed doors to a single room at the end of the hall. He knocked softly. While he waited, he read from a whiteboard on the door. The whiteboard was headed Resident Assistant, Mary Malfronte - Floor Rules. At the bottom of the list of rules, Mary had written in neat block lettering -…

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    The dormitory door’s wide open, strangers walking amongst students, a faint alcohol aroma fills the hall, and residents untamed while chaos runs amok. There will always be rule benders and breakers, but a little guidance goes a long ways. Colleges have the right enforce rules in order to keep the community and students safe. Having too much freedom for one individual will end in disorder and or in utter disarray. Face it; the human race could not live in unity with itself without proper…

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    College Dormitory and Roommates For university students in North America, it is the norm to live away from their parents and to start living in a dormitory or an apartment by themselves when they enroll in a university. Many students usually have roommates that they have never met before they move in, and they learn how to cooperate with them by spending more and more time with them. While a dormitory is seen as a convenient place for college students to live and socialize with each other, it…

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