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  • Beyond The Mirror Analysis

    Beyond The Mirror The quote that I can relate to is “Stereotypes lose their power when the world is found to be more complex than the stereotype would suggest. When we learn that individuals do not fit the group stereotype, then it begins to fall apart” by Ed Koch because of an event that I have seen in my life. It’s was a Friday afternoon and I was on the bus with my backpack, filled with textbooks and binders. I was in the second row of the bus by myself looking and seeing the students…

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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Remembering On The Wechat

    It was last summer. While browsing on the Wechat, I was captivated by a story. This story begins like that a couple broke up at the airport. The girl said: “every day I am waiting for you. It’s just exhausted. At first I thought you would come back if I just wait for one more minute, but now I know there’s no point to waiting for you any more, because just like you could never get on a train in an airport, I could never expect the wrong person on the wrong place in a wrong time.” On that day…

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  • Personal Narrative: College Realization

    College Realization As a freshman college student, I never imagined how college will make a huge impact in my life. I always thought of college as being mature and experiencing a glimpse of the adult world, but I never thought that it would be more different. It has only been a quarter or less and throughout those months, weeks, or even days it made me realized that college is far more than maturity and the adult world, it is about valuing education. When I was in high school, it was not a…

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  • Public Transportation

    Public transportation has been around since the 1820s which has helped people of all race, gender and social class to travel from one place to another. Majority of Americans think just because someone is riding the bus or other forms of transportation, they do not have a car or cannot afford one, which is not always the case. Some People enjoy taking the bus, because it allows them to save gas money. I saw a friend of mine at the bus stop near Corbett gym get onto a bus and I noticed that she…

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  • Women's Fault Letter

    ....... ~Dear women, It's your fault~ A bus stop and a pretty you. You were waiting for a bus. Unaware of the surrounding you stood, chatting with your friends on your phone to pass your time. Suddenly, you felt something, something very uneasy! You turned around and saw something disturbing. A boy in his teenage was staring at your curves. But that was not disturbing! People around were pretty much familiar with what was happening but no one stood up for you. You tried to calm yourself but…

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  • Descriptive Essay On Buying A Bike

    A bicycle can be a life saver in some situations. Whether if you are in a hurry and you want to pass quickly through the traffic jam or you just want to save some money and in the same time do some sport for your heath, a bike is quite an extraordinary invention. It can save you time, money and it can surely improve your health and physic appearance. Also, it can be a practical way to explore and discover the nature’s most beautiful views. If you are thinking about buying a bike, you should be…

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  • Hills Like White Elephant Symbolism

    Two people with a common outlook on life can have very distinct views on a life changing experience. In his, Ernest Hemingways, simple, modern short story, “Hills Like White Elephants”, It starts off with the two characters,a couple. An American, and a girl, Jig, are having a few drinks at a train station, and end up discussing an operation as they wait for their train. Neither of them wants to come out and express his or her feelings, but making it clear nevertheless throughout the story.…

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  • The Consequences Of My Gender Norm Violations In Society

    My gender norm violations were to do the casual norms of men, I committed to walking down the street whistling and “catcalling” toward men, mansitting on the bus, open doors for my male coworkers, disregard manners in a restaurant and offer a man a drink. When I enacted my first violation which I mentioned was walking down the street whistling and “catcalling”, I was with my friend and we did this in my city in a very populated area. We began in the evening, my friend also gladly accepted to not…

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  • Williamsburg Observation

    project were that I wanted to zone in on the specific actions of service workers and a William and Mary student towards each other on the bus. What was of interest to me, was the unique society that is derived from riding a bus; the public bus even though it is a public space, creates its own society and social behaviors. When a patron gets on the bus, they prescribe to the unique societal structure that is being created by the atmosphere of the bus; it is to, a person may behave…

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  • Tiredness Descriptive Writing

    We drove to the location of the bus as the sun was on its daily rise. The feeling of tiredness was not present due to the overwhelming feeling of excitement. The moment was finally here. When we arrived, everything seemed to move slower, but I soon realized it was the anticipation and caffeine that kept me from falling asleep. We took my sleeping bag, my bag of clothes, and my backpack out of the trunk. My father and my sister, Stephanie, were there to goodbye and as I was heading on the bus…

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