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    Founders Academy was created a little over a decade ago for the outcasts of society. The people that just never quiet fit anywhere else either because they where born different (mutants), they made poor choices, or they just had a personality that no one else seemed to be able to tolerate. These people where welcomed at Founders and given a second chance and some might even say something like a family. The founder of Founders was an eccentric older woman with a kind heart and a free spirit named Felicity Felix. She had always been a bit of a free spirit preferring to blaze her own path in life rather than confirm to society’s narrow minded views. Indeed from an early age she decided she was going to give the narrow minded bigots of the world the metaphorical bird and live her life exactly as she pleased. For years Felicity spent her life traveling the world. She loved to visit other cultures and was a great fan of the thrill of adventure. During her travels she met Charles Xavier and began what would be something of a life long aquaintance (if not outright friendship). It was through her connection to Xavier that she decided on her life’s greatest adventure. You see she had always admired the work Xavier did with his school and when she finally decided to settle down she decided that she would follow his lead and open a school of her own. Now despite taking her inspiration from Xavier’s School Felicity knew right from the start her school would be different. Felicity…

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    For the biographical interview extra credit assignment I interviewed my friend Steven. Steven is a twenty-year-old junior studying communicative disorders at Cal State University, Fullerton. He was born and raised in Placentia and has lived there all of his life. A proud resident of Placentia, Steven would like to stay at Placentia the rest of his life because of the nice weather, the peaceful environment and because all of his family and extended family live in close proximity to him. Steven…

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    The school leaving age in England had been set at age 16 since 1972. The Education & Skills Act (2008) increased the `age of participation` to age 17 from 2013 and then to age 18 from 2015. This has meant that any young person born on or after 1st September 1997 has to participate in some form of education or training until the age of 18. Young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) has been an increasing social problem for the Government. Barry Sheerman, who is a Labour MP,…

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    Sometimes new leadership is found in the most unexpected places. In unanticipated or unexpected situations, new leaders can, and will, rise to meet and satisfy the demands of the organization – and this was exactly the case with Midwestern State University and Dr. Dora Cartwright. While new leadership can bring forth new and refreshing ideas to organizations, it can also complicate matters and paralyze organizations if the transition to new leadership is not effectively enacted and…

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    Lee Bolman and Terrence Deal discuss four frames through which organizations can be viewed: structural, human resources, political, and symbolic. Each of these frames have very different characteristics, but can be present at the same time within an organization. The structural frame focuses on how an organization is structured, including the various rules and procedures organization members must follow in their daily operations. The human resources frame focuses on the interrelationships…

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    Victoria Crowe’s portrait of former Principal and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Brian Lang completed in 2008 serves as a tribute to the life-long academic whom, during his time as principal, expanded and led the University into the twenty-first century. In a portrait style distinctive from the rest of the University’s portrait collection, Crowe adheres to her professed commitment in portraiture to represent, “a balance between the personality of the sitter, a sense of what they are, revealed through work…

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    Two Piscataway Township High School freshman were caught smoking cigarettes in the bathroom. When caught, the teacher took both students to the principal's office. One girl admitted to smoking while the other student, Terry or TLO , denied smoking. In response to the denial, officials asked for TLO to hand over her purse. Reluctantly, TLO passed the purse to the officials where they started rummaging through the purse. The officials discovered cigarettes, marijuana, and a list containing the…

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    José María Vargas University Abstract The Rockefeller Family has a passion for art and wealth, all the family together in their separate ways became a force to the American Changed. The sponsored museums like the Moma (Museum of Modern Art), the Folk Art Museum,and their architectural projects like the Rockefeller Center are just part of the cultural Legacy stated by the Rockefellers Family. The strong personality of six children and their past, has made of the Rockefellers a making…

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    during my high school career has been being named the Rector, or head student leader, for the Kairos XLV retreat. Kairos, one of my favorite opportunities my high school offers, is a four-day retreat that gives students the chance to take a step back from their often hectic lives to become closer with God, with their peers, and with themselves. Last spring, I made one of the best decisions of my life and went on Kairos as a retreatant. I had such an amazing four days at the abbey as I was able…

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    The year is 1986 I was at the Chernobyl incident I was trying to evacuated the citizens when it happened. As I was leading the people out of the town I noticed one person by the rector pealing back the reinforced concrete like it was putty, fighting myself on weather or not I should help,more and more of the town was being destroyed I decided to stop the man that was causing the chaos I pickup the pipe that laying on the wilted ground know that I would die. After I made it to the hole in the…

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