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    One of the things that made the first day at Middle Tennessee State University great was that it was the first time that I realized how close I was to achieving my goal. Since I was a child, I had dreamed of studying abroad to earn my degree. I had already been studying in the United States for some time. During that time, I was studying the English language to be prepared for the academic language I would face at the university level of studying. Studying language has a way of bringing a person down, though. Any small mistake can seem like a disaster. It can be quite discouraging on a daily basis. Once I had advanced through enough levels to be able to gain admittance to the university, though, I was beyond ecstatic. Here on the first day at Middle Tennessee State University, I knew that I would have a chance to utilize all of the skills that I had just spent countless hours studying. This was my big chance to prove that I could really do all the things I had dreamed of doing. I woke up early so that I am fully prepared to attend class. Honestly, I was so excited that sleeping was a…

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    Tennessee State University was founded in 1912 upon a comprehensive urban coeducational land-grant, according to TSU 's website. TSU was formed to educate poor African American students who could not afford to go to a private university. With TSU 's rich history of educating African American leaders, professionals, and investors; what is TSU 's new role in the unsegregated world. TSU new role should be the public university in Nashville. As a university TSU is racially defined, not by its…

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    I started my college experience in August 2010, right after my high school graduation at Tennessee State University. I was so excited to be the first person from my mother’s side of the family, and the fourth from my father’s side to be attending college; I felt invincible. I decided I wanted the full college experience by leaving home and going to school in another city, and I was so sure about my decision no one could talk me out it. I chose my school, my major, and my roommate all on my own.…

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    Have you ever seen Tupac with dreads? I bet you didn’t even know Christopher Wallace is still alive! Jermaine Eric, better known as Starlito, isn’t the exact image of Tupac but their music display similarities. Biggie Smalls isn’t the artist that I’m referring to when I say Christopher Wallace, but the artist I’m referring to is Don Trip. Starlito was born in Memphis, Tennessee, but later moved to Nashville where he attended college at Tennessee State University. He released his first mixtape,…

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    of Brazil, currently residing in Nashville, Tennessee. His career has been focused on understanding music diversity, pushing boundaries and promoting improbable connections. Owner of a unique set of skills, Daniel is not only an accomplished pianist who toured his home country accompanying, among others, the singers Cauby Peixoto and Angela Maria from 2011 to 2014, but also a talented arranger, composer, producer and recording engineer, having achieved some degree of recognition in every single…

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    the students learn the importance of being active during their youth and continuing that physical activity for the rest of their lives promoting better, healthier lifestyles. I want each child to look forward to coming to PE class ready to learn new games, physical activities, and healthy habits. I was born in Indiana where I spent part of my childhood. My mom, dad and I moved to Rich Valley, Virginia while I was still in elementary school. I remained in Virginia until I graduated from…

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    The way a consumer would trace their decision making process if they were to go on a diet is exactly how the book describes it. The first step they would go through is the need recognition stage. They would need to decide if it is a functional need or a psychological need. For a diet plan, the psychological need would be a best fit because you don 't need to be paying for these services but it would be helpful to have the diet service. The next step is the information search which allows the…

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    Philosophy: When I hear the word philosophy I think about thinking. If you would have asked me that same question before I took this class, I would tell you that Philosophy sounds like a super difficult class that is going to consist of your opinion. Philosophy is talking about how you think and your opinion, but it is also teaching you how to look at other people and figure out how they think. Not just what they think but where their views are coming from. This paper is about how we become…

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    Accounting is a declining major because students don’t want to put in the work that goes into all the classes in order to receive their degree. From 1998 the percentage of students that are graduating with this degree has fallen 14.9% (Hunt, 2008). The number of resumes that have been submitted to the program has fallen from 180 to 96 but the number of schools that want accounting students has grown from 110 to 222 (Hunt, 2008). These statistics are showing us that it isn’t the lack of…

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    As young adults we are taught to develop skills and talents which with time will become our reputation. Building a leadership brand requires determination and innovation as well as an open mind. Just as brands evolve over centuries a person has to be able to be self-aware of its surrounding and how they change. In the article “Five steps to building your leadership brand”, Ulrich and Smallwood describe a leadership brand as conveying your identity and distinctiveness as a leader and…

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