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Making Freshman Year Less Stressful

- First semester college freshman battle stress, depression, and anxiety caused by the transition from high school to college. Adaptation alone is a stressful series of occurring events, and to adapt to their [freshman] surrounding environment, an individual must manage problems, challenges, and demands in his or her daily life (Dyson 2). The transition from high school to a major university is portrayed as the process of growing into adulthood from youth. On top of being unfamiliar with college life, many freshmen second guess their academic abilities and whether or not they can meet the expatiations of their over zealous parents....   [tags: college, freshman,]

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Freshmen and Depression: Talk About it

- As a freshman in college it is normal to have the “blues” or become homesick. More than likely you’re away from home and out on your own for the first time in your life. Therefore it is okay to feel sad or out of place from time to time. Lately, however, these blues have manifested themselves and turned into to full blown depression. The number of freshmen dealing with depression is steadily rising with each set of incoming freshmen. According to the American College Health Association (ACHA), the percentage of college students diagnosed with depression has increased 56 percent in the last six years....   [tags: freshman, college, depression,]

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Say Goodbye to the Freshman 15

- As obesity rates increase, the U.S solidifies an example of culturally influenced weight problems and is regarded as one of the fattest nations in the world. College campuses in the U.S. are the perfect example of cultural weight gain. The large number of freshmen gaining the stereotypical “freshman 15” can be explained through poor diet and exercising practices developed in college and the university’s dining options. It is a common concern for approaching college students to gain fifteen pounds while adjusting to school life....   [tags: health and wellness awareness programs]

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Transitioning to College: The Freshman 15

- Throughout the length of schooling, students go through various changes. In their first year of school, children are required to make the transition from being at home for the entire day to being in school for a number of hours a day. These transition periods happen many times through the schooling years, but the most drastic changes occur during the transition from high school to college, where students weather numerous lifestyle changes. While each individual student goes on their own journey, certain themes remain common between different students....   [tags: Health ]

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The Real Cause of the 'Freshman 15'

- The debate has been going on for years. Is it normal or should you be concerned about the freshman 15. The freshman 15 is a term known for the around fifteen or plus pounds a typical college student gains during their first year of college. The usual argument is that college students are unprepared for life on their own and that once they have control they make eating healthy their last priority. However, an article from the Huffington Post suggests otherwise; that in fact it is not the students fault but the schools and their overwhelming smorgasbord of unhealthy food choices....   [tags: student weight gain first year of college]

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Chapter Six - Freshman Year

- Chapter Six - Freshman Year That homecoming dance was actually John and I’s first date. We had never gone out before then but to say the least it was an interesting night. I for one was the only girl in the group so I was socializing with boys the whole night, not a problem but I didn’t know what to expect, I grew up going to a Christian school for most of my life and had no idea what to expect from high school dances. I’ll admit I looked pretty good that night and was having so much fun. I didn’t really know what John and I were, were we just friends hanging out or did he want to be my boyfriend....   [tags: High school, Friendship]

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Fight The Freshman 15 !

- ... So if a student wants to eat a gallon of ice cream or a pound of French fries no one will stop him or her (The Nemours Foundation). This new freedom opens doors to weight gain, which could lead to unhealthy Body Mass Indexes (BMI). Many students do not know how to eat properly in these types of situations. Since the day they were born, mom and dad took care of their dietary needs. Sure, students were in charge of their meals from time to time while growing up, but their dietary needs were met by their parents long term....   [tags: Nutrition, Obesity, Eating, Food]

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Escape from the Freshman 15

- The very first thing I did when I landed in California, was stuff my face with some delicious fast food; let’s just say the American commercials I saw back in Africa accomplished their goal. The first few months in California were hard, especially being alone in a new country; therefore I made two new best friends, food and social media. When I finally became accustomed to this strange land, I kicked the excessive eating and social media to the curb, but they left me a present in the form of thirty pounds of fat....   [tags: adopting healthy habits]

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I Was An Incoming Freshman

- When I was an incoming freshman I was told about various psychology courses that I would have to take and ones that I possibly could take. One of the courses that they brought up was this Romantic Relationships course and unfortunately it was a 400 level course so I would have to wait a while before I would be able to take it. Once I had the support I needed to take the coarse, I waited until it was available and finally after 4 years I was able to take it as a summer coarse. I knew that this class was going to be interesting but I never realized how much it would change my perspective and affect my life....   [tags: Psychology, Interpersonal relationship]

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College Freshman Learning Communities

- Freshman learning communities (FLC) are programs where 15 to 30 first-year students register for several general-education courses that focus on a common theme (Jaffee, 2004). Although there are several different types of learning communities, they all are designed for the same purposes. One of the main purposes in implementing freshman learning communities is to assist the students in their transition to a new environment. This acclimation involves becoming better acquainted with the other students, faculty members, campus culture, and academic expectations....   [tags: higher Education, higher learning]

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Freshman Students 's Social Outcasts

- Freshman’s can be social outcasts due to lack of confidence. Which can be understandable when being aware of the fact that they are surrounded by much older students that happen to have more experience in their personal lives. An online source stated that,” For the first few weeks of freshman year, high school might seem like a foreign land with intimidating upperclassmen stalking the halls.” (Coldiron, High School Myths Debunked: Fact vs. Fiction for Freshmen). Assuming that in high school, freshman love to read books and spend time with the teacher during lunch....   [tags: High school, College, Ninth grade, Upper class]

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I Was An Undecided Freshman Entering College

- I was an undecided Freshman entering college in Fall of 2011. I had lots of ideas of what I wanted to do, but I had no specific goals. I had always had a commitment problem. It never made sense to me how anyone could choose to do one thing and stick with it for the rest of their lives. When I would get bored with routine, I would usually change it or stop altogether because I hated the feeling of being tied down. I refused to do the same thing for the rest of my life. I knew that psychology was one of my options; it was always my “go to” answer if anyone were to ask....   [tags: Nutrition, High school, Psychology]

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Graduation Speech : Being A Freshman Student

- ... Understudies are considerably more juvenile and need direction keeping in mind the end goal to lead satisfying lives. They concentrate on inside a solitary classroom ordinary; in this way having little opportunity. College, then again, is an alternate story. The subjects an understudy will learn and talk about are a great deal more particular since you at long last picked a career you will take later on. Understudies are more established and their workload is a great deal more mind boggling and heavier....   [tags: High school, College, Secondary education]

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Tips for Having a Successful Freshman Year

- College is the time when a person goes from being a kid to a young adult. This is also the time when a person is on his or her own but also needs to learn how to be responsible at the same time. But as time goes by, we students have learned the hard way that it’s extremely easy to let that freedom get to our heads and go a bit overboard causing us to screw something up. Studies have shown that students who’d never had a problem doing homework find themselves failing tests when there’s no one around to motivate them to attend class....   [tags: college life]

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My Accomplishments Of Freshman Year 2013-2014

- ... As the only male present, I have made a conscious decision to share in the responsibility of my immediate family. My mother has always encouraged my education first and would have it no other way, but the present circumstances seemed unbearable. Therefore, I put all of my energy and efforts into completing my matriculation to make my mother proud and ensure that I graduate with honors and continue on to graduate school. This way, I will be better employable and make a higher salary to assist in caring for my immediate family....   [tags: High school, Family, Greatest hits, Homework]

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When Taking Freshman Composition II

- Before taking Freshman Composition II, I was scared that I would not meet the demanding expectations of the course or not have the necessary writing skills to do my work correctly. Now I have reached the end of the course and I feel like I have progressed a lot as a writer and overcame a few writing obstacles. The essays that I have written for this course show that I have learned how to support my main ideas with a clear thesis and I can write my essay with developed paragraphs that stay on topic; and though I have made some progress in transitions and in grammar, I still have work to do....   [tags: Writing, Rhetoric, Critical thinking, Fallacy]

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The Freshman 15

- When I arrived here at college I was extremely disappointed with the selection of food here in the cafeteria. I frequently found myself eating only hamburgers and pizza over and over again, simply because I did not like the other choices. About four months into the school year I had do go to the doctor for a virus and when the nurse weighed me I was a little surprised by what I saw. I had gained a little over ten pounds, close enough to what some refer to as the “Freshman 15.” It is a common fear among college students that they are going to gain fifteen pounds during the course of adjusting to college life....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Predictors Of Academic Success Among Freshman Students

- ... The null hypotheses are that there is no significant difference in the first-semester grade point average based on freshman seminar course grade and gender does not play a role in the correlation between freshman seminar course grade and first-semester grade point average. Quantitative Design The design for this study is a randomized, quasi-experimental, post-test only design. This study used a random sample of freshman seminar students at UCCS. A correlation between grade attained in the freshman seminar course and overall first-semester grade point average will be tested, and the effects of gender will be measured....   [tags: Randomness, Sampling, University, Academia]

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Freshman 15 : How Much Will You Gain?

- ... According to a survey taken at Texas A&M International University in the U.S., “the frequency of alcoholic consumption were significantly higher for females living on-campus” and “Drinking habits and dietary patterns can be affected by their residence, especially for female students” (Yoon). One can assume that females often to feel the want and need to have a huge group of friends and impress boys eager to talk to them. People often believe that this leads to drinking for the attempt of “fitting in”, being known, and feeling part of something....   [tags: Alcoholic beverage, Alcoholism, Drinking culture]

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Freshman Students At American Heritage High School

- ... I enjoyed dancing with friends, and it was also a good atmosphere to meet new people. Model UN is a club that is a simulation of the United Nations. During my freshman year I traveled to New York City to compete in a competition for Model UN. I represented Iran in the delegation, which was extremely difficult because my viewpoints are so different from there. The point of Model UN is to represent the country given to you, as the actually country would act. Being Iran, it was actually a good thing to be disrespectful and make things difficult for the other countries....   [tags: High school, Middle school, New York City]

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Freshman Housing Policy : An Effective Campus Living Policy

- ... Most universities host cookouts, sports tournaments, and concerts for their residents. Those experiences allow a person to not only build more friendships, but also make lasting college memories. All of these are experiences a person living off campus would never get to have. Living in the dormitories also helps young adults adjust to living life on their own while staying in a controlled and safe environment. One of the best parts about college is it gives young adults the chance to finally live on their own and care for themselves entirely....   [tags: College, Dormitory, University, Hostel]

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My Least Favorite Class My Freshman Year

- The class that I like the least my freshman year is government, not only did I find out after half of the semester that I did not need the class I found out that I could not drop the class because I had to have 12 credits for my financial aid to cover my classes. I was so mad at my advisor for putting me in a class that I did not need and putting me in a situation that I could not do anything about. So I finished the class and ended with a low grade because I did not enjoy the class. I did not like the teacher he made a lot of squiggly lines and boxes and circles and I need words not just random drawings on a dry erase board and that was not even the worst part I told him that I couldn’t un...   [tags: government college class]

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I Am A Freshman With The Thirst For More Education

- ... Therefore, in most complex terms, I am an incoming freshman with a plan. I have already overcome one battle victoriously, and I will be continuing the path of successfulness. Being a driven person, I know when I set a goal for myself, I achieve. I make a game plan and learn how to take steps in the right direction to this goal. Therefore, Johnson & Wales is the first step towards my goal. Since we could talk, and expressed interest in different activities, we 've been asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" I believe this question cannot be answered because it 's very subjective; we 're never grownups, we simply settle in one profession....   [tags: Food, Restaurant, Dream Come True, Field Island]

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Informative Speech : Welcome New College Freshman

- ... You are all very young and many of you may thing the only problem with being obese is that the individual is fat. That is not the cause, the issues with obesity go was deeper than many believe. Obesity can cause a heart attack or stroke, which both can lead to death, however, these two are more commonly found in older adults. In children and adolescents, obesity can cause Type II diabetes. Children are then faced to have to be responsible for what they ingest, taking away from their care free world....   [tags: Nutrition, Obesity, Personal life, Health]

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I Am Apart Of The Freshman Academic Seminar

- Throughout English 101 we have written several discussion boards, replied to others writing, and essays. Thinking back on the class I have liked some of what I wrote and some I feel like I could not quite grasp how to write it. I had several hopes coming into this class. I have never felt like I was a good writer or a strong writer. Both of those are reasons as to why I decided to be apart of the Freshman Academic Seminar. What I had hoped to accomplish in this class was a better idea of what a “good writer” is....   [tags: Writing, Essay, Creative writing, Writer]

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My Youthful Freshman Mind - Original Writing

- ... Chapman, teased me once for PDA after he saw Noah hug me goodbye after walking me to class. At first I was slightly embarrassed, but proud of the fact to call Noah my boyfriend. About a month into our relationship, we went on a date to the mall in the next town over. My mother and my older brother chaperoned and escorted us, since neither of us could drive yet. While my mother and brother quickly went into the town’s Kroger for some groceries, Noah and I were left alone in the car, in the cold December evening....   [tags: High school, Interpersonal relationship]

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What makes a first year college student successful?

- Freshman year, the year of many first; the first time living away from home, the first time being away from friends, the first time a student has control of their own learning. Freshman year requires a lot of discipline, but a lot of students do not possess this trait. The factors that contribute to the success of first year college students are social support, comfort within the college environment, self control,responsibiliy and positive self concept. Being a college student could be very stressful; many students feel pressure from their family and peers to do well....   [tags: College Success Freshman]

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Becoming a Leader in High School

- ... I had plans of becoming elected for the principal’s list and working my hardest on receiving an high grade point average at the end of the year. As the days passed and time progressed, I found myself starting to skip classes for they seemed unimportant. When I try to enter a classroom - I was always dying to exit because of my lack of interest, which propelled me towards thinking to quit school completely. My tardiness for classes was far beyond unacceptable as I kept hiding to smoke on campus....   [tags: leader, experience, freshman, path]

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College Freshman - How NOT to Gain Weight

- College Freshman - How NOT to Gain Weight Starting college life is far from difficult; in fact it is fun starting a new way of life. Life without the constant objections from your parents and annoyance from your little sibling is one of the many advantages you gain from college. Cancelled classes, late night parties and deleterious amounts of food make college enjoyable; however, this can lead to weight gain. “Freshman 15” is not a myth and although you may not be unfortunate enough to gain 15 pounds, you might gain some weight....   [tags: Proposing a Solution Health Eating]

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My Freshman Year

- My freshman year was suppossed to be my year, the year I was finally going to be in "Highschool".It was considered the most important year in my life, that I could've only dreamed about. You see,from the fifth to eighth grade i attended homeschool and smaller schools. Highschool was going to be big!I thought I was finally going to be considered a young adult.This very year 2012 would be the hardest year of my life. I remeber this year like the back of my hand. My bestfriends were Jatereus, Leneice, Denise, and J'Quaylon....   [tags: Personal Narrative, Essay About Myself]

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The Freshman 15: Something College Kids Don't Want to Catch

- While living our daily lives’ something unexpected might happen to us college kids. Something that no one ever wants to catch or have, the so called “Freshman 15.” The Freshman 15 is a way of saying that freshmen in college are going to gain at least fifteen pounds or more during the first year of college. No matter what college students do in their hectic life, there just never seems to be any time to do anything other than school work. There is no telling who will gain these horrifying fifteen pounds during their first year in college, it just depends on the choices a person makes while being in college....   [tags: gaining weight the time at university]

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United States at Risk Because of the College Freshman Dropout Rate

- There is a shocking dropout rate among college freshmen due to persecution by professors and if the condition persists, America’s economy will be dangerously destabilized. Understanding that the future of the nation is dependent on the upcoming youth for leaders, colleges should want to provide educational opportunities that will insure steady economic growth and prosperity. Unfortunately, research provides evidence to the contrary. Research confirms that one out of every four freshmen drop out immediately after or during their first year in college (Whitborne 26)....   [tags: persecution by professors]

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Balancing Freedom With Responsibility Can Be A Difficult Task For Any Freshman

- ... One, it puts food itself into a black-and-white category. After a while, a small list of foods to avoid grows to 20, 30, or even 50 foods that you don 't even want to look at. Making food the enemy causes an anxiety response, which can trigger disordered eating. Two, don 't think about a pink elephant prancing around in a white tutu. What are you picturing. The more you try not to think about something, the stronger the thought becomes. Chances are, the foods on your no-no list come to mind much more often in a day than those you see as acceptable....   [tags: Nutrition, Food, Eating, Restaurant]

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My Freshman Year : What A Professor Learned By Becoming A Student

- ... In addition to in class discussions being intellectually weak, conversations outside of class rarely involved academics, but when academics were mentioned, there was a limited set of a few questions like “‘Did you do the reading for today?’ and ‘Did we have anything due today?’” (96). She explains that no students ever asked question about how interesting assignments were because they “weren’t acceptable or normative topics to introduce” while outside the classroom (96). Based on the lack of intellectual discussions in and out of class, Nathan concluded that academics play a minor role in the life of an undergraduate....   [tags: University, Academia, Student, Education]

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The Top 25 Freshman in the Nation Entering the 2010-11' College Basketball Season

- The cream of the crop; the players your program would love to have. Here is the list of the top 25 freshman in the nation entering the 2010-11' college basketball season. Watch out for: Trevor Reliford - Alabama Point Guard, 5'11' 175 lbs; Justin Coleman - Louisville, Shooting Guard 6'6' 210 lbs; Casey Prather - Florida, Small Forward 6'6'195 lbs. 25. Terrence Ross - Washington, Small Forward 6'6' 180 lbs. He is a very versatile forward that can score in many ways. You can put Ross on the low-block or outside the paint and expect him to score....   [tags: Sports]

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My High School 's Tennis Team When I Was A Freshman

-   I first joined my high school’s tennis team when I was a freshman. Although I had little knowledge of the sport due to the district’s lack of a tennis program at the junior high I attended, I still wanted to experience something new. However once tryouts came around, I was one of the unfortunate ones to be cut for no logical reason. The news devastated me and made me feel that I wasn’t good enough to do anything. On the other hand, my friends made the team and encouraged me to try again the following year because they knew I could improve and be great....   [tags: High school, Better, Sophomore, Sophomore's dream]

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What I Learned in My Freshman Class of Composition 1

- This course was the first course I took as an incoming freshman, as anyone could imagine I was scared and nervous at the same time. Also since it is a writing course; I was hesitant if I wanted to continue in the class because writing is very challenging for me as an immigrant. Returning from summer break, I found it extremely tough to continue where I left off with my writing skills from high school. The fear of writing that my old high school teacher instilled in me did not help my writing anxiety either....   [tags: personal reflection]

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The Elements of Learning by B. Banner, Jr., and C. Cannon

- When entering college freshman students face difficulties by not knowing how to adjust to the new expectations college brings. A freshman student tends to approach college with the same mentality used throughout their high school years. But as the first semester start, they encounter a variety of challenges, including having to change their study habits and knowing how to wisely manage their time. The book “The Elements of Learning” by B. Banner, Jr., and C. Cannon, introduces the elements a student must possess in order be successful in college....   [tags: college freshman, sutdents, high school]

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Role of the College Dining Commons in Gaining the Freshman Fifteen

- Role of the College Dining Commons in Gaining the Freshman Fifteen Introduction: When beginning college, many freshmen, or first years, have to adjust to the different aspects of college life: the environment, the rigorous academics, the various clubs and activities to be involved in and the new friendships to be made. If one is living in the dorms, another area of adjustment to be made is the food. At UC Davis, the dining commons, more commonly known as the “DC,” are the main sources of food for freshmen (and a few transfer students) living on campus....   [tags: Health Nutrition Diet Exercise Essays]

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The Effects of Small Loans to Those in Need

- ... Liya was sent to her uncle’s house, where she was mistreated by her aunt. This made life very tough for Liya, it seemed as though her childhood was ripped out of her hands, forcing her to grow up fast. In order to support herself Liya began selling vegetables in her village market in order to help provide for her family. Soon enough Liya got married and had four children. Her husband’s business wasn’t doing well and he wasn’t able to provide for his family, so he eventually abandoned Liya and the children, leaving her to be the primary supporter and parent of her growing family....   [tags: culminating freshman year project]

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Time Management Is Pandemic Like Because It Could Academically Kill Incoming Freshman Students

- Tick-Tock Time management is pandemic-like because it could academically kill incoming freshman students. Many are diagnosed with this combatable disease-like habit. It becomes an ongoing struggle in the college student’s academic life and later in adult life. According to College Express, time management is “basically looking at all your assignments, events, and responsibilities and then planning your time accordingly” (Nazametz). One could say organizational skills are the metaphorical remedies to time management....   [tags: Management, Time management, Organization]

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Personal Narrative- The Things I Learned from my Freshman Year of High School

- My palms were sweating, my heart was racing, I had no idea what to expect or who I was going to meet. I was never the type of girl to embrace new situations, I hated change and I wasn’t very good with meeting new people. I figured once I got to high school it would be my chance to start all over, turn the page in my book of life, and flip over a new leaf. I wanted to finally be the girl that fit in with everyone. I had imagined myself going to parties with big groups of my new friends, having sleepovers and doing all of the things cool high school kids normally do....   [tags: essay about myself, Personal Experience]

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Risk Factors for Freshman in Their First Year College Experience

- At the turn of the 20th century, the majority of college students were white male adolescents, primarily the sons of doctors, lawyers, ministers, prosperous merchants, and well-to-do farmers (Jenkins, Miyazaki, and Janosi). First generation college students are a new demographic when it comes to the college population. First generation students are the first in their family to attend college and plan to be the first in their family that graduate. According to data provided by the National Center for Education Statistics, First Generation Students make up 43% of the student population (Nunez, Cuccaro-Alamin, and Carroll.)....   [tags: higher education life]

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Mac vs PC: What Laptop is Most Suitable to a College Freshman?

- Reliability and Speed Some of the best Windows-based laptops tend to be higher priced. Windows-based laptops that are priced low, are more trouble than they are worth. Typically they come with slower Intel Core i-3 or slower i-5 processors, low-end graphics cards, and 2-4GB of RAM. They are good for word processing and browsing the Internet. These may be great for English majors too, especially if they are on a budget. A Windows-based laptop that is comparable to a MacBook Pro 13” in price and performance is the Dell XPS 13....   [tags: reliability and speed, price, simplicity]

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Preference of Freshman Tourism Students of De La Salle Lipa In Choosing a Tourist Destination

- The tourism of a country is based in many factors. International demand usually affects the tourism of a place. Most travellers make several outlines in choosing a good destination. Several choices are usually affected by the born of their natural surroundings at home. Too much familiarity usually makes the tourists want to discover and experience a different environment. Each person has a different personalities that make them different from all tourists.The research paper aims to make a clear overview of the perception and preference of different individuals....   [tags: tourist destination, cultural tourism, tourists]

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The Emotional Health Of College Freshmen

- The emotional health of college freshmen students reached a record high in an annual survey conducted by “The American Freshman: National Norms Fall 2010” (Lewin). The significant transition by young adults into college is accompanied with independence from their parents, the forming of new relationships and adjustments to a new environment and lifestyle (Fitch-Martin). While exciting, these swift changes, new roles, and responsibilities can add an immense amount of stress to the life of a student....   [tags: Psychology, Anxiety, Stress, University]

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My Fantastic Freshmen Roommate

- ... So there I was on move in day walking into my room carrying all of my stuff looking like I was ready to go on a five year backpacking trip around the world. Once I had walked in the room I saw that Natali (my new roommate) had Harry Potter posters plastered all along her side of the room. I knew at that moment that we would get along just fine. Now not everyone will immediately feel the way I did about Natali if you go in with the mindset that you will hate your roommate just from everything that you have been told....   [tags: personal narrative]

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A Letter to College Freshmen Students

- As a new freshman entering this Community College, you will be discovering and experiencing many new things about the world in which you live and yourself. The jump from high school to college can be a very scary but exciting experience. I have some valuable advice for you on how to make this transition smoother and an enjoyable experience rather than a scary and lonely one. My number one piece of advice is for you to enter this experience with an open mind. If you come into this new situation with a good outlook and a positive attitude, your experience will be a lot more rewarding....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Everyone's Feelings Matter... Yes, even Freshmen

- Everyone's Feelings Matter... Yes, even Freshmen. On the sixth day of school, Pac-Tech1 gathered all its members, old and new, in the scene shop. For me, most of the faces were familiar. The club's board members were all in attendance, as were most of the juniors and sophomores, and all of us were sizing up our new crop of freshmen. To their silent but shared dismay, all but two were girls. Even the established females of Pac-Tech know that most girls who enter our ranks rarely present at more than two sequential meetings before drifting out of the reach of anyone in the theater....   [tags: Personal Experience]

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Binge Drinking Freshmen

- Binge Drinking Freshmen Emily* is a typical female college student on the outside, with a shocking story hidden on the inside. Emily began drinking before most students rode on their first bus … school bus. At the age of 4, Emily wasn’t given candy, but alcohol instead. As an incentive for repeating words back to her aunt she was given red wine. As Emily got older, her mother brought her to family parties, oblivious to what was going on. At these parties, Emily would typically drink scotch or whiskey, provided to her by the older men in the family....   [tags: Personal Narrative College Papers]

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High School 's Website Is The Highest Number Of Freshmen Students

- ... Despite this data, counselors and teachers still recommend freshmen to take this course. “We want to offer it [APUSH] to kids who want to challenge themselves,” Social Studies Resource teacher Mark Pim said. The grades APUSH students receive often do not have a negative impact on their transcript. “There’s a higher percentage of kids earning A’s and B’s still in the AP class, close to 85% percent, higher than what we have in our honors classes, which is more around probably 65% getting A’s and B’s,” Pim stated....   [tags: High school, College, Secondary school]

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Accomplishments And Failures Of A High School Senior Coming Into Freshmen Year

- As a high school senior coming into freshmen year I was looking forward to a new beginning. Yet, I was unprepared with the never-ending demands of essays and course readings. While I was excited for the future, I was also secretly mortified by the idea of planning for what`s ahead. To get to these goals an action plan is required, and after my four years I want to reflect on the successes and failures I have made to better my future. The college experience was about going beyond the classroom, and developing interests and skills now so I would apply them to my personal and professional goals enriching my future....   [tags: High school, Learning, Personality psychology]

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College Freshmen Will Be The Audience For Each Lesson

- ... 3. The third option involves students choosing certain outstanding events they went through in their lives and relating each related event plus discussing how their lives got affected. Students will get asked to strive for choosing events leading them to recognize cultures apart from their personal ones. References Students will get asked to reference each link from what they have gotten assigned to read, plus another: · “Myths and Legends” ( Taking into consideration how an essay involving narration is a story composed involving one’s own journeys, at the lesson’s conclusion I will engage my students in discussing whether composing the essays...   [tags: Writing, Essay, Narrative, Linguistics]

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How To Prevent the Freshmen Fifteen

- Every college freshmen looks forward to the newfound freedom, new friends, and new dorm room college life brings, yet with those exciting experiences comes the oh-so-dreaded freshmen fifteen, a haunting threat looming above.  It’s easy to say “I eat whatever and never gain weight” or “I’ll watch what I eat,” yet those few pounds happen to the best of us, even those with fast metabolisms.  A friend of mine ate whatever she wanted during high school and did not believe in the freshmen fifteen until she went home last year during winter break and had gained almost fifteen pounds, going from one-sixteen to one-twenty-nine.  Homework and activities get in the way of exercising, and one thing lea...   [tags: How To Control Stress 2014]

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My First Year At Averett As Freshmen History

- This being my first year at Averett as freshmen history major I did not know what to expect from any of the classes. First semester I did not even know what western civilization was. I have learned a lot since first and second semester in western civilization. This class this semester I especially learned a lot about religion and how it is important in the past and how it compares to now. From the beginning with before Jesus being born to all the new religions that are stilling being formed today....   [tags: Christianity, Protestant Reformation, Pope]

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Freshmen Fifteen

- Freshmen Fifteen: An Inescapable College Epidemic. Six months ago, she stood in front of her mirror, examining her body closely. Her stomach was flat and smooth, her waistline was to die for, and her friends and even complete strangers wished they had her shape in her size five jeans. She never had to work out, never played any sports, and she did not know what a squat was. She was happy and confident as her scale read 120 pounds. She smiled at the reflection of herself. She proudly wore her Seton Hall tank top and loved the feel of it....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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An Investigation into Freshmen Student Perceptions of the Effectiveness and Value of Digital and Information Literacy

- All the students taking part in this project were freshmen students in their first semester at State University, and almost all came straight from high school. All but one of them had experience of studying overseas for periods ranging from one year to, in one case, their whole life. Only one student had their whole educational experience in Japan, but even this student attended internationals school in Japan for the most part. So they were a very, very diverse group in terms of their international experience as the graphic above shows, as there is a map icon for each country a student spent at least one year in as a student....   [tags: ]

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The Effects of Social Media on College Freshmen

- ... There are many outcomes to the use of social media and many of them can be detrimental to a student’s happiness. Social media can also encourage new bad behaviors in teenagers who are easily influenced. Teens that use social media must learn to prioritize their lives in order to prevent disorder in their lives. It can also be very helpful for some teens that are socially shy and need new ways of making friends. Many teens today struggle with being shy and don’t know how to interact with their peers....   [tags: social life, happiness, grades]

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Factors Affecting the Course Preference of Freshmen Female Engineering Students

- The researchers conducted a survey in De La Salle Lipa, which is offering Engineering courses. This process was done in order to have a firsthand data about the factors which affect the preference of the female first year college students taking up BS Electronics and Communication Engineering. The proponents of this research paper prepared survey sheets using an English language since this study is for the communication skills. The answers on the survey questions can be supported by the ideas from the published books, and websites which were discovered by the researchers while having their study about the said topic....   [tags: survey, college undergraduate]

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Summary Of ' Taking My Parents On College ' By Jennie Capo Crucet

- Taking My Parents to College In Jennie Capo Crucet 's essay, “Taking My Parents To College,” Crucet describes her own experience as a freshman college student who was faced with many challenges that were unknown to her, as well as the cluelessness of what the beginning of her freshman year would look like. I felt like the biggest impression Crucet left on me while I was reading her essay, was the fact that I can relate to her idea of the unknown of college life. Throughout her essay, she described her personal experiences, and the factors one might face as a freshman college student which involved the unknown and/or uncertainty of what this new chapter would bring starting freshman year of...   [tags: University, Student, Homework help service]

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Student Orientation and Navigating Rensselaer and Beyond

- 1.The primary purpose of the Student Orientation and Navigating Rensselaer and Beyond is to introduce students to the campus, the concept of college life, and living on their own. Orientation serves to organize incoming freshman into smaller, more manageable groups. It allows incoming freshman to become acquainted with other freshman, as well as living in residence halls and using the dining halls. It also provides incoming freshman an opportunity to make their schedules with help from advisors and Orientation staff....   [tags: Campus Life]

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Graduation Speech : Transitioning Into College

- Transitioning into College Jennifer, a second-year college student from at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, explains the troubles she had as an incoming freshman. As she describes these reasons, a few stood out, these were the most important. There are academic, mental, and social transitions incoming college students need to think about. According to the Huffington Post, “the freshman myth results in disenchantment when new college students’ academic expectations are not met.”(Harke, Freshman Myth)....   [tags: University, Student, Education, Academia]

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The Effects Of Unhealthy Diet On Health And Well Being

- ... On average, freshmans gain 5 to 7 pounds a year, following 2 or 3 pounds more during sophomore year. The academic transition from high school to college is drastically difficult. Students must work even harder than when they were in high school and often have to pull multiple “all-nighters” -staying awake for 24 hours. In order to satisfy the demands of their coursework, students often skip meals, not exercise, take energy drinks, and become sleep deprived. On top of their restlessness, college students are often required to have a meal plan during their first and second year to make sure that the students are all eating....   [tags: Nutrition, Health, Obesity, Healthy diet]

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The Rivalry Between Apple and Windows Computers

- Introduction For over the past decade there has been a rivalry between Apple and Windows computers. There are strong arguments to be made by both sides. In this report we analyze the differences between Apple and Windows. The key factors we examined are price, user-friendliness, hardware, customizability, variety, and future outlook of the companies. After analysis we recommend that a college freshman buy an Apple laptop over Windows laptop if they have the available funds. What College Freshman Need For most freshmen it’s their first year away from home, family, and security....   [tags: price, laptops, efficiency, viruses]

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Reducing Dropout Rates and Closing the Achievement Gap

- Current interests in reducing high dropout rates and closing the achievement gap across many United States high schools have resulted in a major education reform. According to Durden (2008), with the passing of the No Child Left Behind legislation in 2002, national officials authorized the Comprehensive School Reform program to support low performing schools as they struggled to improve student achievement. As a result, a wide range of approaches have been considered to help solve this nation-wide concern....   [tags: Education ]

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High School At The Beginning Of College

- As young adults transform from their years of high school to the beginning of college, they are faced with many new challenges and obstacles. One such obstacle is the struggle of keeping a healthy diet and staying physically fit. This lack of regard can lead to weight gain, unhealthy habits, and ultimately life threatening diseases. This weight gain is commonly referred to as the Freshman Fifteen, fifteen pounds that many first-year college students gain. There are multiple reasons for this increase in weight....   [tags: Obesity, Nutrition, Krispy Kreme, Junk food]

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Graduation Speech : A College Program At Georgia Southern University And It Means The World

- Fye has a lot to offer to me as a freshman at Georgia Southern university and it means the world to me that my school cares about the success of its students. The mandatory one time meetings at the start of each semester are especially important as the conversations with professors showed me what to expect for the rest of freshman year. The mere thought of these classes in genius as it helped me and my peers prepare for the academic year in an orderly fashion. Without these classes I feel that I would have had no idea what to expect when college started....   [tags: College, High school, University, Technology]

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How Bullying has Affected the Entire Student Population or the School Climate

- Everyone agrees that there are negative effects to the students who are being bullied. They are affected mentally, socially, and more often than not, are reluctant to attend school. There are many studies about bullying in school and the impact on the child who is being bullied, but there are not studies on how bullying has affected the entire student population or the school climate. This article focused their attention on the school wide impact of bullying. The study looked at 7,058 ninth graders in 289 schools in Virginia....   [tags: bullying, bulied, bully]

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Graduation Speech : High School

- Eighth grade, halls filled with prepubescent teens trying to fit in, only gets harder from here my younger self. As you become a highschool freshman you will face many changes. High school is where you will spend your next four years and you have to make them a good four. I know many people have bad perceptions of high school, but I am going to give you some well sought out advice that I have learned throughout my four years and I wanna share with you. Freshman year; since I had already been at Heritage for 6 years it was not much of a change location wise....   [tags: High school, Educational years, Friendship]

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Why I Join The Basketball Team

- Although I have not considered myself an outsider in many circumstances, I can think of some certain situations where I have felt different or left out in some way. Many times going to a new school or joining a new sports team causes you to feel a little overwhelmed. Taking on so many new things can lead you to feel quite out of place at times. When I decided to join the basketball team my freshman year of high school this was exactly the case. I had just began my freshman year which, is enough stress and struggle as it is....   [tags: High school, Basketball, Sports terminology]

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My First Day Of School

- ... I played hockey on the bantam team as a freshman still watching the high school team with aww. Hockey shaped me into a better athlete during my career. As a freshman I thought I knew what hard work was, but I had no clue how hard I could really work. The transition from bantam hockey to high school hockey was a big step and I was not physically ready for it. Thanks to my coaches at the high school level who pushed me everyday to get better, I worked hard to be the best on the team. As a senior I was a leader on the ice physically, I took the body and played with real heart....   [tags: High school, Emotion, Golf, Love]

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The Is A Learning Institution

- “A magical place where it is rumored that learning takes place, a beautiful land in which beer flows in amber currents next to a golden pasture, but more precisely, a Shangri-La rite of passage into adulthood which involves rampant consumption of alcoholic beverages, and a general and fundamental disregard for any form of responsibility by its habitants,” a definition by Urban Dictionary is describing what today’s young adult society thinks about, when they hear the word college. Now college is a learning institution to help students to be able to pursue a degree in their future line of work and to help them to succeed in life, but what happens outside of the classroom can be a learning expe...   [tags: Alcoholism, Drinking culture, Week-day names]

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The High School Experience

- 9th ELSA at UCLA- ELSA = using chemicals to see if there is venom in roses Chinese - first year 10th english- with partner tried to add another barbie of other ethnisities + computer science 11th LGBTQ field trip, 12th I 've been in Vaughn since day care. I am considered a Vaughn Baby, someone that has always been at Vaughn since a child up till high school. I grew up in this school thus it was logical that when I was entering high school I wanted to move....   [tags: High school, High School Musical, Sophomore]

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The Health of College Students

- Rob Geis, a current college student, explains, “A student is not at fault for unwanted weight gain. It is the college meal plans that cause the gain in weight. Many colleges require incoming freshmen to be on a meal plan” (Geis). Parents like the meal plans because they know their child is getting meals every day, but the plan does have its downsides. Geis believes that many students do not eat three meals every day. “If we don’t eat every meal we are given, we are wasting our money which was used to buy the meal plan....   [tags: college meal plans]

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Why Should I Be Granted Permission For Join This Rhetoric Course?

- Why Should I Be Granted Permission To Join This Rhetoric Course. ​School is here. Summer is now over and the school year has begun. Now that my high school years are over, I am enrolled in college as a freshman and Political Science major at Joliet Junior College; which is a public community college in Joliet, Illinois; and is known for being the nation’s first community college. I am going to attend JJC for two years, with the intention of transferring to a 4-year university after the two years at Joliet Junior College are completed....   [tags: College, High school, Associate's degree]

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Classification Essay: The Types of Drinkers

- “I drink to make other people more interesting.” ― Ernest Hemingway In the great world of tending bar there is a myriad selection of customers one would encounter; The Social Drinker, The Self Defined Outcast, The Fish Out of Water, and last but never the least, The Freshman. Each level of drinker has its advantages in social circles and also has equal negative repercussions. Most of these classes aren't built from years of drinking, rather are formed through the personality traits they already have developed through their childhood and young adulthood....   [tags: Classification Essay]

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Graduation Speech On College Students

- ... According to Judy Moseman, some common questions asked by students entering their freshman year of college are, "How do I survive without my car?", "What are my new friends going to be like, will I make them easily, and what if I get homesick?", "What if my parents won 't let go?", "What is the 'freshman fifteen '?", "What about long-distance relationships?" and, "What if I can 't keep up with my work?" (Moseman) I had all of these questions roaming through my mind before I went off to college....   [tags: University, Student, Education]

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Athletes No Longer Getting a Free Pass in College

- Students are more focused on sports during college than their education. Which in the long run will affect them more. While the standards are increasing and student athletes not taking education serious enough there can or will be at risk. Standards for the incoming freshman class of 2016 are being increased. Many schools have decided that students who want to participate in sports need to have better grades. The number of core courses have been increased from 10 to 16 for the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s (NCAA) eligibility....   [tags: sports, requirements, admissions]

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Graduation Speech : College From High School

- Graduating from high school was one of the most difficult objectives I could have been through. Not just because of the work, but just knowing that I was about to leave the place I had grew up in my whole life. As I walked across the stage on that crisp Saturday morning, a feeling of satisfaction flooded my body and my mind was at peace. As soon as my high was over and I touched down on the asphalt of our track thoughts of college, leaving home, and my unknown future all raced through my mind at one hundred miles per hour....   [tags: High school, College, Debut albums, Management]

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I 've Always Heard The Word Of There Is Nothing New Under The Sun

- I’ve always heard the phrase, “There is nothing new under the sun.” but never really understood the depth of it. This became extremely apparent when I interviewed my Aunt Rhonda, who started school in the year of 1990. Conversing with my aunt was eye opening to the fact that she went through the same things on her campus that are prominent on college campuses today. Doing this interview helped me to understand that everyone has went through the same things, and that it is important to especially talk and listen to these individuals because they are very wise....   [tags: College, High school, Jebediah]

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