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    my mind was Northwestern University. After diving into some information about the college and visiting the beautiful Evanston campus, I discovered that the college would be a perfect match for me. As an undecided student, the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences gives me the opportunity to explore many fields to help me decide what I want to do with my future. I have also discovered that Northwestern offers a unique educational opportunity. Northwestern is well known for its high rigor, and the college is able to support this with a modern campus on the shores of Lake…

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    typical day illustrates who I am and my values, which I perceive in the attributes of a typical day at Northwestern University in the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences. Further insight into the school bridges a connection between Northwestern and myself, leading to a realization not possible from reflecting upon either one alone: the person behind Northwestern, the student body, whom I aspire to be. My typical high school day begins with ACC Chemistry class. My teacher Mr. Cange greets me,…

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    intellectually stimulating environment, and Northwestern University is the perfect school to cater to those standards. Diversity and convergence of different identities are important to me. From its foundations, the school has always opened its doors to people regardless of status, race, gender, and other unalterable factors, and it is meaningful to me that this school explicitly states such an ideal. Being born into two distinct cultures, the rich history of this school makes me believe I will…

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    The city of Chicago has faced controversy for quite for time. Many claim the city has become so corrupt, that the trail leads all the way up to the city’s mayor, Rahm Emmanuel. Corruption is one of the major problems Chicago faces and Mayor Rahm Emanuel is the face of the corruption that plagues the city. In an article written by Judith Valente, Can Chicago offer a path away from gun violence? She states “More than 2,800 people were shot in Chicago last year, and by December 2015 there had been…

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    Dorothy's Diary Analysis

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    western Chicago. On November eleventh she mentions taking transportation to Wilmette to go to the bank, and then walking home. On the same day she also attends a Northwestern University football game, going to Noyes Street, and taking the L home. And finally, on the twelfth she writes that she walked with a friend to Highland Park. All of this evidence suggests that she lives, works, and shops to the North of Chicago near Wilmette, as she would need to be in walking distance of downtown Wilmette…

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    multi billion dollar business. The NCAA is a member led organization that overviews anything that a college athlete. The NCAA is a billion dollar organization that makes money straight off of college athletics. Even though it is a non profit organization it still makes billions. It maintains this non profit title due to a common academic mission which it shares with the universities and colleges. But the real problem…

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    Divergent Research

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    Veronica Roth the best selling author of the Divergent trilogy graduated from Northwestern University's creative writing program. Northwestern University is a prestigious Ivy League school. It opened on January 28,1851. With a dream of becoming a place where all could learn from. Though the course of this essay the topics of admission to this university, student life and, history of Northwestern will all be discussed. Our first order of business is general admissions. Northwestern has and…

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    To accurately depict the overarching qualities of Northwestern which I find most intriguing, it is easiest to provide a line from the university’s president, Morton Shapiro, on why the university stands out from their competitors. While emphasizing the school’s motivated approach to maximizing attention toward undergraduate students, Shapiro professed that the school’s “focus on undergrads without losing the identity as a great research institute” is a quality that sets Northwestern apart. This…

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    A city like Evanston has unprecedented opportunities. Its energy resonates to what I feel when I walk to through the streets of New York City. It is truly home away from home in my mind. But, the best part about the city is that people will not curse you out when you try to get ahead of them if they are walking too slow, or intimidate you if they don’t like the way you are acting. New Yorkers have a knack for all of this. Also how can I forget that it won’t have that constant aroma that NYC…

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    A Modest Proposal

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    Choosing a university that fills all of my needs was a nerve wrecking yet exciting task. Northwestern emerged as the best choice for me. After reading the information pamphlet, and researching the college website, I realized that Northwestern College offers what I want to gain from my college experience. For many years, I have wanted to be in the nursing field. In addition, the Northwestern College stands out for me in the field. Coming from a small high school, really impressed by my visit to…

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