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  • Frisbee Business Model

    Group Description SOL Ultimate Frisbee is the group that I’m apart of. This year I joined Eau Claire’s Women Ultimate Frisbee team (SOL), they are a fun group to be included in. I joined SOL because I’ve played Ultimate Frisbee during high school; it was one of my favorite memories. Being a part of Ultimate Frisbee Everyone on the team has the shared identity; which is Ultimate Frisbee. The reason people join Ultimate Frisbee is to make friends and play a pretty awesome sport. The girls on the team have different goals for schooling, but everyone has the same goal when it comes to Ultimate Frisbee: to learn, play and win tournaments. There is so many girls on the team (around 25 girls) that there have to be interdependent relationships.…

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  • How Sport Changed My Life

    Ever since I was young sports have always been a part of my life and they continue to be part of my life today. I am always playing a sport year round and I have played soccer, track, cross country, basketball, baseball, football, lacrosse, and ultimate Frisbee. When I was looking for a college I wanted to go to a school where I could play both soccer and track and that is the main reason I picked BC. Physical fitness is the most important to me, but emotional health is also important. When I…

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  • Metacommunication Analysis

    The first one was when my friend came up to me during lunch time and said, “Zac, do not be late for ultimate Frisbee today, it at 4:00 p.m.” When I originally heard this I took his statement as a caution to not be late, but from my knowledge of metacommunication I also viewed this a few different ways. The first I viewed it was that he could have been implying for me to be on time because I am usually late to ultimate Frisbee. The second way that I viewed it that he was warning me not to be late…

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  • Miles Morales Spider-Man Is A Superhero

    from the superhero criteria norm, Marvel recently rebranded Spider-Man as Miles Morales, a black hispanic kid and successor to a deceased Peter Parker, in a parallel universe. The Miles Morales’ Spider-Man universe gives readers a subtle insight on the environment and psyche of a minority youth underneath the hero versus villain plot. While creators have had success with predominantly Caucasian and male superheroes, they should look to represent more diversity because it would expand the…

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  • English Language Vs Universal Language

    misconstrues the goal of the movement, ignores the specificity of the issues and its differences to other causes, and, unintentionally, silences the voice of the protestors. Even with this, the rate at which a group gains allies should not be dependent on the language…

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  • Naruto: A Fictional Narrative

    Disclaimer: I do not own Naruto, it belongs to its respectful owner: Masashi Kishimoto. This is a non-profit work, thank-you! "Sasuke..." Danzo spoke slowly, even he had pity for this clan. "I want you to slaughter every single one of the Uchiha clan, children and all." Je explained without the suttlest of any feeling. "..." Sasuke didn't even give a second thought. The air shifted and it was colder than ever before, such a beautiful night would be wasted. He clenched his fist in frustration.…

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  • Personal Troubles Become Social Problem Analysis

    It is this type of attitude, which is failing the addict. It has been proven, that addiction alters the brain, thus making it a medical issue. I think that we need to look to decriminalizing some of the drugs to start with, by ending the war on drugs. The creation and selling of the drugs would still be considered a crime and should be prosecuted. However the possession (individual usage amount) and the usage of drugs would be treated as a medical issue. As I learned from the four…

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  • The Importance Of Sustainability Education

    Mauna Loa, Hawaii that carbon dioxide levels reached the same 400 parts per million level (Schwartz, 2016). However this more recent announcement point out that this threshold will be passed and levels are expected to continue to rise. The issue of climate change will continue to have a global impact and could become one of the greatest global challenges in modern history. The effects of population growth, temperature rising, sea level rise and continued use of earth’s resources we continue to…

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  • Child Marketing Social Problem

    Snyder et al (2011) suggests that early childhood educators play the largest role in helping children make sense of the real world versus the world that is marketed to them. As well, the more children know about marketing earlier on, the more benefits they will be able to take away from it (p. 34). Although fixing this social problem is difficult, the most important thing to tackle first is ensuring that everyone, including parents, have a better awareness of the ways their children are marketed…

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  • Analysis: Relieving Tensions Through Unconventional Methods

    Saturday, to the sound of a grandfather clock, as a way of being in the moment and calming down. Meditation proved to be enjoyful and beneficial, but the soreness also proved to be a distraction, thus I opted to employ a different method for coping. Firstly, I will introduce Connor McGregor and his philosophy and how he copes with his situations. Next, I will report out the benefits of using Connor’s outlandish methods. Thirdly, I will explain what I discovered and what I learned throughout the…

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