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    Caster Semenya

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    testosterone. Because of this result, there was a huge debate whether she would be allowed to race as a woman because she had a huge advantage over the others. However, Dr. Myron Genel, a professor at Yale University, states that she is a female born with a birth defect. Normally, in the world there is 1% of the population that are born with a disorder of sexual development. Many of these people can show the physical characteristic of both genders or have a chromosomal disorder. Furthermore, it…

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    get a higher score from international university ranking publishers. One of the most influential publishers is the British Quacquarelli Symonds, issuer of the QS World University Rankings. The university’s QS world rank is in a steady decline from its 205th rank in 2007 to its current rank which sits just outside the top 400 (Quacquarelli Symonds, 2014). To stop this trend, all of La Trobe’s faculties should improve in the six criteria QS use to rank universities. Two of these criteria rely…

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    She had much success in at the collegiate and professional level, earning her many championships and awards. Finch has become softball 's most dominant and infamous softball player and one of the most respected athletes in all of professional sports. She has since retired from playing the game of softball but continues to advocate her love for the sport and its influence it can have on women around the world. Jennie Finch grew up in California with a family that deeply loved baseball. Her…

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    Book Smart M1

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    surprising to read that so many universities allow this. For student to not understand the issue of grade inflation is reasonable, we are young and naïve. But for big universities to sit back and inflate grade know the outcome that these students will not be prepared in the future is mind blowing. “Some have argued that these inflated grades are necessary to help students get ahead in a competitive job market. While that might be true for an individual professor or university, at the national…

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    Greg Hunt Essay

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    The man’s brown eyes are focused and determined as he surveys the crowd standing before him. His throat is drier than the Great Victoria Desert; his body, tense with anticipation before he utters his first word. He takes a deep breath, blows it out, and begins his speech. He concentrates on his delivery like a dedicated gymnast on their routine and tunes out the noise of the audience in the background; the muffled hum of the crowd sounds like the buzzing of a far-away bumblebee. He has trained…

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