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  • West Michigan Immigration Impact

    Everyday I experience the impact that immigration has had on my life and the entire west Michigan community. Whether it be through seeing my fellow classmates in school that are children of immigrants; or, by driving by the restaurants and stores owned by immigrants, I am able to see, firsthand, the tremendous influence immigration has had on the west Michigan community. Two of my best friends happen to be either an immigrant or their parent was an immigrant. My friend Nathan’s family immigrated to the United States from South Korea before he was born, but his parents lived in South Korea while they were growing up. Also, my friend Marc and his family immigrated to the United States from Germany when he was 3 years old. I have come to know…

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  • Hunting Wolves In Michigan

    What is the big deal about hunting wolves in Michigan? Wolf hunting would make a big difference in the hunting and the habitat of other animals. The large mammals are making it extremely hard to hunt or even trap other animals in the same habitat. The wolves are growing in population very rapidly and should be contained A couple of ways the animal may be contained is hunting, trapping, and relocation by the Department of Natural Resources. The migration of the canines south and across the…

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  • Descriptive Essay-My Northern Michigan Adventure

    My Northern Michigan Adventure Every year my family and I go up to our favorite place, Rogers City Michigan. Rogers City is a small town at the edge of Michigan right on the water. It is a place to relax and unwind for a while. The small city offers quaint shops, delicious places to eat and friendly people. We stay right on the shores of Lake Huron just outside of Rogers city. Where the waves crash and the sand beckons you to come frolic in the sun. The days leading up to the trip are almost on…

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  • Social Work Puzzle Analysis

    immersing myself into different cultures, families, and environments, I will grow in a way I have never imagined. I will work to challenge each of my biases through advocating, collaborating and empowering. With my career selection in mind, I have chosen to continue my schooling at Eastern Michigan University. For the past four years, Eastern has been a second home for me. I have spent countless hours in the Halle library, and have braced winter winds up the hill to Marshall. Not only I, but…

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  • Flint Water Crisis Case Study

    Policy and Background The water crisis in Flint, Michigan has made national headlines throughout the country. Many citizens first heard of the ordeal in late 2015. However, the process began in March of 2013 when the Flint City Council voted to switch water service from the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department to the Karegnondi Water Authority (Ridley, 2016). The Karegnondi Water Authority was building a new pipe to Lake Huron slated to be completed in 2016 and the City of Flint was eager to…

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  • Finite Math Class Reflection

    perfect answer is not right or ethical. Committing this act of dishonesty is something that I never planned on doing and something that I will never commit again. From now on I will always plan on citing sources the right way. Like I referenced early in the paper that it is always best to check with your teacher even though you may think it is one hundred percent okay. There are several websites out there that will help you make sure that you do not commit plagiarism or any other form of…

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  • DFWC Case Study

    they managed to receive fourteen thousand signatures on a petition presented to the board of education. In doing this, they finally won over the school board who in turn got the money from the city council to build the playground. By doing this, they did a service to children and their parents across Detroit by providing areas of recreation for them to use. The organization also served children through their educational reform efforts, starting with the school board. School board members were…

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  • Manifest And Latent Function Of Artprize

    and the Marriot are seen as high brow, meaning they are seen as sophisticated (Macaluso, 2016) compared to those that are around the city in outside locations that could be seen as low brow since they are not connected to places of sophistication (Macaluso, 2016). If one were to view Metropolis inside the Marriot hotel and later see A Walk on the Wild Side, or Perspective at Buffalo Wild Winds, the works would be seen very differently not only based on how they look but also on where they are…

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  • Ford Motor Company Research Paper

    Ford Motor Company is a well-known global automotive business. It is an American automobile company that established and headquartered in the city of Dearborn, Michigan. Henry Ford began the company in the year of 1903. Ford’s purpose is to create, design, and sell vehicles such as cars, SUV’S, sports cars, trucks, and even service parts. Ford is in an excellent position that remains to compete for business share in the USA and globally. According to Auto Alliance, “Ford is laser-focused on…

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  • Juvenile Offenders Is An Alternative Method Of Programs

    In a Detroit News editorial article, Governor Rick Snyder proposes the state of Michigan needs to step up to do more for juvenile offenders. One of Governor Snyder’s proposals is to establish programs that would determine the best way to treat each offender (“Detroit News,” 2015). Keeping teens at home or in local treatment programs leads to keeping them out of prison as an adult. The reform would encourage a justice system that works in the best interest of the juvenile offender (“Detroit…

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