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    St. Johns Case Study

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    employment opportunities created by the city’s close proximity to Lansing, the state capitol of Michigan. This limited supply and steady demand has resulted in the City of St. Johns outperforming all other regional residential real estate markets, according to the most recent Coldwell Banker Greater Lansing market survey. Transportation Public transportation exists in many forms in St. Johns and Mid-Michigan. Lansing…

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    Backgrounds Ford Motor Company was founded in 1903 by Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan. Ford Motor Company quickly grew to be one of the largest and most profitable companies in the world with Ford’s leadership. Ford Motor Company is the world’s largest family owned company and the products the company produces include cars, trucks, and SUVs. General Motors was founded by William “Billy” Durant on September 16, 1908 in Flint, Michigan. GM started off small but quickly acquired many other…

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    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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    There you'll find the beautiful Michigan Central Station, a proud train station that was once the Grand Central of the city. It's now shrouded in barbed wire and fences, although a peek through the cracks provides a killer view. Across the boulevard in the residential part of the neighborhood…

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    “Only a life lived in the service of others is a life worth living,” said by Albert Einstein. I am interested in becoming a health care professional because bettering the lives of others is such a rewarding way to live your life. I also have a love for anatomy and physiology which I discovered my senior year in high school in my Health Occupations class. In the class we learned about each system in the body and did multiple dissections, and I loved every second of it. That is how I…

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    When someone hears the name “City of Detroit, Michigan,” what comes to mind? Countless people imagine that Detroit is a city with run down and abandoned houses, dilapidated structures and dirty streets. However, Detroit has been recognized with numerous diverse and recognizable skylines that include Art Deco skyscrapers. A few of the noted buildings in downtown Detroit are One Detroit Center, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Book Cadillac Hotel, Chrysler House, Penobscot Building, and the…

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    My Freshman Year

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    My freshmen year of Highschool was one of the worst experiences of my life. I started freshman year of highschool with a low gpa of a 2.62. I was not at all happy with this GPA and I needed to change that. During my freshmen year, I was scared to ask questions to my teachers and to my classmates. I knew that was unacceptable of fear taking over my grades. I went to talk with my advisor and asked her for help and she helped me develop strategies that will help me become successful in my life. I…

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    In the 1920 version of The Last of the Mohicans directed by Clarence Brown and Maurice Tourneur, both women and Native Americans are portrayed in stereotypical ways and even though there are progressive aspects, the stereotypes prevail in the end. From the beginning, women, mainly the British sisters Cora and Alice Munro, are shown as heavily reliant upon the white male soldiers for protection. They are also reliant upon an actually evil and conspiring Native American guide, Magua. Due to the…

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    Even today I still remember clearly what happened that fateful day. Why I did it, I’m not exactly sure but it wasn’t fun, at least for Patrick it wasn’t. I was back in 3rd grade, young, innocent, and having the time of my life. It was Spring almost Summer and it had been a decent year, nothing special but little did I know today was going to be exciting. This is when I lived in South Haven which had a population of like 10 people not including tourists. I would move to Kalamazoo in about one…

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    At some point in every person's life, they will have a special experience that will stick with them forever. One of my most memorable moments happened recently at a home volleyball game against Traverse City West. Approaching freshman volleyball season, the upperclassman spoke highly of the importance of overpowering TC West. As a ninth grader, I had the mindset that I would be playing for the freshmen team. I didn't think it really mattered what the outcome of the game would be, since we were…

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