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  • Saturday Night Live Diversity

    When a regular viewer tunes in the hit comedy show, Saturday Night Live, what might they examine on their screen? A viewer would be watching a comedy show with primarily young white men, some white women, and very few African Americans. There is a problem with the low levels of diversity within Saturday Night Live, otherwise called SNL. Since the show’s beginning, Saturday Night Live has had a very long history with not displaying actors from a variety of races and backgrounds. I, Hannah Rabitoy, head writer for SNL, am writing to the executive producer, Lorne Michaels, to address this issue of diversity and to suggest what must be implemented in the future to solve this issue. In order to improve the audience base and creativity within the…

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  • Personal Narrative: Moving In With A Best Friend

    Moving in with a best friend Coming home to an empty guess room and spare keys on the key ring is not how you want to end a weekend. Saturday morning I received a text from my best friend, we had been having issues with our living situation. The pain of knowing my best friend just packed up and left was terrible, I was basically losing my best friend. Senior year is full of excitement with prom and graduation all just at your fingertips. Also full of decisions like what you are going to do for…

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  • Adam's Equity Theory

    Intro Performance issues and motivation is an understanding that is needed in every job. Performance issues can be skill driven, however, most performance issues are driven by motivation. As Baack (2012) stated motivation is at the beginning of behaviors, maintains it, and can end it. It is important to understand the driver of the performance issue and identify a performance plan to assist in correcting the issue. In reviewing a performance issue around production, we are going to review…

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  • The Argument Essay: The Importance Of Meditation

    We first contacted Kathy Dalton, who has coordinated the “Pause for Paws” event in which therapy dogs are brought to the library at the end of the semester to help students relieve stress. Ms. Dalton then gave us contact information for Loyal Jones. We originally planned to host our event before or after “Pause for Paws” because the dogs would already be on campus. This would have most likely brought people to the event and put less strain on the dog owners, considering many of them are elderly…

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  • Business Analysis Of Perry, Fresh Food Company, And Templeton

    Perry, Fresh Food Company, and Templeton are the main cafeteria on the campus. The meal schedule is failing to some students. Some students do not have time to eat when cafeterias are open at certain time at far distance. Cafeterias might not be available when students have nothing or have time to be sociable. The campus needs to improve the schedule and the cafeteria because it is not flexible on weekend, has same food route, and have time issues. First, the weekends are not flexible on food…

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  • What Is The Impact On Carbon Footprint Within The Environment

    In the business industry, it is very important that organizations maintain an image to the public that is ethically and morally appealing. This will allow the public to gain trust in the organizations operation and how they take care of their customers. In order to accomplish this objective, it is imperative that an action plan is implemented into the organization in order to improve its corporate social responsibility efforts. To maintain its corporate social responsibility, the organization…

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  • Bagel Hockey: Case Analysis: The Bagel Hockey Case

    Bagel Hockey Case Analysis The bagel hockey case outlined a scenario that combined a cohesive group of young adults, too much free time, and too little management. The cafeteria manager, Mrs. Larby, made an unannounced weekend visit to the cafeteria and found her employees violating one of the business rules of no horseplay. When she walked in on a busy cafeteria, only a couple of employees were functioning in their roles while the rest were playing floor hockey with brooms and stale bagels in…

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  • Bloody Saturday In Canada

    On June 21, 1919, angry Winnipers terrorized the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba. The event will be remembered as Bloody Saturday. These citizens were on a labor strike demanding better working conditions, more jobs for unemployed citizens, and higher wages. Milton Wilson, a participate of the strike said, “I’m furious with what this city has to offer to me, it’s not much we are asking for.” The strike started on May 15 with 30,000 protesters. The citizens were later joined with 10,000 angry war…

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  • Tragic Saturday Analysis

    The Tragic Saturday Working in palliative care, I have been by the bedside of many dying patients; I have been there for their last breath. Comforting families while they grieve is hard, but rewarding. I am often told by friends and family that they could not do what I do and that I have a gift. This gift, the ability to care for others when they are no longer able to care for themselves, is what made the decision to move my father-in-law, Harald, into our home an easy one. After being…

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  • Saturday School Research Paper

    We need Saturday school because of these reasons. It can easily help failing children or children with below a c average. When you need help in a certain subject you will have an extra day to improve your skills, so you can become a straight A student! If we had Saturday school we could get a better education in life and become smarter. Saturday school would benefit students but I think we should be allowed to choose our classes. We could choose classes that we need help with like math,…

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