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    opinions. She has received a substantial amount of hate from the populace but still refuses to back down. The reason for why she’s always writing and saying disputable things is because the American people let her. When we don’t like somebody, we tend to shower them with hate and inform them about how much we just despise them. This very same thing is being done with Ann Coulter’s case because regardless of whether it’s good attention or bad, we’re giving her a reason to keep talking. This, in a way, is all for her publicity. She endorses her hateful comments about other people’s opinions and beliefs in order establish a reputation, albeit negative. She has been a writing since she was in University so she is well-versed in the ways of writing articles and papers. She is using her knowledge of the law as well as her influence on the American people to advocate her strong political…

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    The Peace Corps Many people may not know what the Peace Corps is but in this paper i’m going to tell you. The Peace Corps is a movement were U.S citizens go all around the world to help people in need. The volunteers are going all around the world to help build houses for the homeless, feed the hungry, help people get jobs,(ext). How did the Peace Corps get started? When the Peace Corps was made in the USA it was started by John F. Kennedy on March 1, 1961. Some other people that helped come…

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    tiniest of details. Elizabeth Kostova is important to American Literature because she keeps classic tales in her modern-day stories, only twisting minor details and leaving the root story in place, almost as if to teach somebody today the original story and make it more relatable and understandable. Elizabeth Kostova has had an interesting life. “Kostova was born in Connecticut but lived in various college towns and spent time in Europe during her formative years, thanks to her father’s…

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    popular search engine, Google. Page was born on March 26, 1973, in Lansing, the capital city of Michigan. His father was Dr. Carl Victor Page, a professor who specialized in computer science, technology, and artificial intelligence. He taught at Michigan State University. His mother was Gloria Lawrence, also taught computer programming at the university. Not only were Larry Page's parents technologically inclined, but his brother Carl Page Jr. was an internet mogul as well. Not…

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    Core is a strong and highly debated subject that has not only one side, but many. This subject is something that is now being highly debated and will continue to be a topic for debate in the future. I chose to write about this topic because this is a very controversial and current subject matter. You may be wondering what Common Core is. Common Core is a set of high-quality academic standards in mathematics and English language arts/ literacy. These learning goals outline what a student should…

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    I knew it was going to be stressful, but I was not prepared for all the stress that was to come. I did not know that I was going to stay up until 2AM every night doing homework or that I would have a 25 minute walk to my 8AM class. All in all, it has been both crazy and fun but mostly crazy. I am so relieved to be done with my first semester of college because at first I really had no idea what to expect. I think I am going to nap for all of winter break. I was very excited to start college, as…

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    When I think of successful people, my name had always failed to cross my mind. What had I done, or what could I ever do, to make myself worthy of holding such an honorable character trait? As it turns out, I have managed to surprise myself. It’s difficult to discuss these changes without sounding pompous or self-righteous, but I’ve come to find a great joy in reflecting on where I came from and where I stand today. Truly, I had never expected to attend college let alone fall in love with a…

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    any research or background information of what being a pediatrician would require. I knew my passion, was to work with children and make a decent living. When I was fourteen, entering high school the coursework was tougher. Exiting high school, at the age of eighteen, and forced to decide what I wanted to do with the rest of my life was even more complicated. I was undecided on my career choice because I did not want to be in school for a long time. When I grew up some things I was prepared for…

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    Why Meharry? I believe Meharry Medical College resides among the best medical schools in the country. In fact, it is the first medical school in the South for African-Americans. Meharry has a reputation for teaching its students about the rigors of medicine while instilling priceless qualities required for a career in medicine such as integrity, dependability, and competence. Dr. Joshua O. Williams, a Meharry alumnus, was the first person to introduce me to Meharry Medical College.…

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    Reducing Red Meat Consumption at Michigan State University The consumption of red meat poses a variety of harmful effects directly to personal health, as well as indirectly to environmental health. The production and processing of red meat is an unsustainable practice in nature. While Michigan State University has gone to considerable measures to ensure that the beef and lamb consumed in the dining halls is coming from responsible practices, it is not enough. To truly make an impact we need to…

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