n Addition to this with sports in high school student athletes need to keep up their grades in order to play the sport. Some people may say that when you participate in a sport, it takes away from your studying time and then makes you not as academically inclined as others. I believe that that statement is further from the truth in a recent article written by Daniel H. Bowen and Colin Hitt “High-School Sports Aren 't Killing Academics” from The Atlantic Bowen and Hitt state that “We would expect
for what the world could be. But as I sat in that plane looking out the window and seeing my reflection mixed with the blue and white background I fell asleep. That me, the one who was born in the land of Costa Rica, would not wake up though I can remember him fondly to this day.
Shakespeare in Contemporary Movies In the middle of Looking for Richard, Al Pacino's documentary about making Richard III and bringing Shakespeare to the people, there is a moment which illuminates the relationship of scholarship, Shakespeare and popular culture. The director is ranting at Pacino for offering (threatening?) to bring a Shakespearean scholar into the film: You said you were going to find a scholar to speak directly into the camera and explain what really went down and I'm telling
THEORETICAL BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY RECRUITMENT INTRODUCTION: Recruitment is the discovering of potential applicants for actual or anticipated organizational vacancies. It makes possible to acquire the number and types of people necessary to ensure the continued operation of the organization. In simple terms, recruitment applies to the process of attracting potential employees to the organization or company. It is the systematic means of finding and including available candidates to apply to the