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    Since the assimilation of the native American tribes into white culture, there has been many cultures that have disappeared. Some cultures have been lost forever, but fortunately there has been an awakening and a willingness to preserve certain cultures and languages. One specific example is the Chickasaw culture. One way to reclaim their history and heritage is through the Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur, Oklahoma. The cultural center is located on 109 acres of land and includes a museum,…

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    As a child it was instilled in me by my parents that I would always have my education no matter what it took. It has been true to this day. I have been forever grateful for the opportunities that I have had as a child to young adult because of them. Although they have helped me tremendously, it would be nothing to them if I hadn’t put in the hard work and dedication that it takes in order to want to learn, excel and grow. I believe that I have done my job to show them why it is even worth it in…

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    research experience in the US, which is the most advanced in technology. The other reason is that I would like to work with REGC, which is led by professor Lin Zhong, if I am allowed. Firstly, by actually meeting the leading professors in the US, which is also a leading country in many aspects including research, I 'm sure I will get motivated and inspired even more. I 'm also…

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    appropriate music instruction to a diverse group of students including, students with diverse cultures, and students with learning disabilities. This information facilitates how I will conduct and educate my students in relation to their cultural experience. Furthermore, an encounter to explore student diversity in this course includes the project Delving Deeper on Vision Loss (Artifact 1). This project provided the opportunity to take personal ownership to explore and understand how Vision Loss…

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    youth’, ‘Exposure’, and ‘Dulce Et Decorum Est’. In these poems Owen has described the horror and reality of war through his vivid experience. He has portrayed the severe situations of war and dreadful sights he has seen. Owen uses various language devices to convey the horror of war and make us understand his genuine feelings. Owen uses simile to express the fearful experience at war in his poem, ‘Anthem for doomed youth’. This is demonstrated in the line, ‘What passing-bells for these who…

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    Individuals coming from all walks of life and different times of the world experience life in their own way. Most individuals will experience an event or something traumatic in their lives that will mature them through knowledge about the world, other people, and what they would like to achieve for themselves. The novel, The Wars by Timothy Findley, is a story of the many characters and their journey though the war. Findley expresses the physical and emotional aspects of war through these…

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    offer the chance to study almost anywhere in the world for the same price as tuition. Along with that, Bond University will help me advance professionally and academically as well because of the classes that I will take while I’m there, but also the experience that I will gain from living in a different country. I plan on fulfilling 4 of my psychology minor requirements while I am abroad. This is an amazing opportunity, because psychology, put simply, is the study of people. Being able to study…

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    diversity plays a major role in shaping the human experience, as well as in forming identity. Diversity itself is a complex issue that is affected by various variables such as age, gender, race, ethnicity, culture, religion, political ideology, and sexual orientation. These variables also have the capacity to create experiences of power and privilege. Thus, depending on the way in which these differences impact an individual’s life, one may experience oppression, marginalization and alienation. …

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    past memories and experiences allows a person to recognize who he or she is and where he or she came from. In the novel, Brain on Fire, by Susannah Cahalan, a disease known as anti-NMDA receptor autoimmune encephalitis inflames Cahalan’s brain, inducing cognitive deficiencies such as hallucinations, paranoia, and slurred speech. Cahalan refers to her hospital stay as her “month of madness” because these symptoms destroy her memory and alter her identity. Cahalan’s entire experience, including…

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    I find these factors hard to accept, as it is difficult to willingly accept the unknown and question everything we know to be the human experience. However, both of these factors push people to greatness and success. Before I could encourage her to trust in the unknown, I had to fully embrace it. I personally have a difficult time putting faith into the unknown; however I came to equilibrium…

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