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    States and graduating from an Ivy League University (Westbrook). That makes 15 presidents who attended an Ivy League school. The Ivy League schools, most of which are older than the United States itself, have produced numerous successful and prestigious alumni since their opening; however, while the Ivy League colleges do provide prestigious degrees, they also provide colossal amounts of stress and anxiety (Torrez). Of the…

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    Should public universities pre-set the number of admitted applicants for each profession field? Most public universities have an over production of job career in a certain profession field. Public universities have an overload with different types of profession, though most admitted students aim for the most popular ones, but lacking on the least common field. Students today go for the most common profession which the field is always crowded because most of the students choose the same study…

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    On February 2, 2017, our attention was brought to the University of California Berkley to initiate a debate on the role of free speech in public universities. Breitbart editor and alt-right commentator Milo Yiannopoulos was forced to leave the UN Berkley campus after an anti alt-right protest turned violent. The Mr. Yiannopoulous’ speaking event was cancelled, causing uproar amongst the conservative community, including the President of the United States (Doubek). This series of events…

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    there are a great amount of things you should look into. There are two different types of universities: Public and Private. Both types of universities have multiple similarities and differences. Most people like to find a school that has the major they are interested in. They also want a school that they feel would fit them well. Look at all the major factors before you come to a final decision on a university that you want to attend. These factors include how much the school cost, the size,…

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    After graduating high school, students are expected to enroll in a University, which is an institution of higher education that provides knowledge for an individual. Universities transform students into intelligent, intellectual thinkers, and expose them to many experiences and opportunities. Universities are different when it comes to the system, such as public coed universities and private female universities. There are many differences that distinguish between both types of universities,…

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    There are many justifications as to why I decided to attend American Public University (APUS). The three main reasons: I want to be an encouragement to my children, I want a solid career foundation, plus enhancing my education will also help me to improve my own self-assurance. Establishing a positive atmosphere, and being an example of encouragement for my children is the most significant reason for my decision to attend American Public University. I know it will be a challenge, but I want my…

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    that college tuition has been increasing and it is only going to get worse if nothing changed with the factors causing the change. The trend is clear to many people by now and that change is only going to be upward not the opposite. The world is getting more and more expensive every day, yet some people are still living in denial. Public universities are the preferred choice by many parents and students. Public universities are more competitive than private or community colleges. They offer more…

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    privatization of public higher education? Have you been personally affected? The effects of privatization have been to weaken the state school systems. The weakening has had the effect of decreasing the quality of education that can be obtained from a higher education state university. This change happened when the state tax deduction was reduced on the federal tax return. The states then began to work to transfer the cost of education to the students and parents instead of paying out of…

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    College students attending either a University or community college share distinct and similar experiences as first time college students. For instance, both students have to pay tuition costs, applications fees, and they share a similar 1st (change) first) two-year curriculum. On the other hand, they have obvious differences in student body size, teacher and student relationships, and career preparation. Seniors in High School across our nation face immediate life altering decisions when…

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    I grew up in Berkeley, California. A city that is located next to two major cities in the US, contains one of the top public universities and has over a 100,000 people. Going to a high school of over 3,500 students has exposed me to a variety of cultures, political beliefs and opportunities. Each day I was in class I would learn something new from those who surrounded me. To list a few examples one girl was a professional ballroom dancer, one would train horses with the family at the local race…

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