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College University Campus Vs. Small College Campus

- Big College Campus vs. Small College Campus When you are looking at colleges, you must compare and contrast the benefits and disadvantages between each college. One of the main things you think about is the college campus itself. Whether big or small, the campus atmosphere is important to college success. As you analyze the information they give you about their campus amenities, you will be able to see the major contrasts in large and small colleges. A big college campus and a small college campus can differ in residential services, in social activities, and in well-managed facilities....   [tags: University, College, Satellite campus, Campus]

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My Life Of The College Campus

- Baby Steps I remember seeing the college campus on move-in day. The jubilant, golden sun illuminated the ripened foliage of early August and shone in shimmering ribbons across the inviting grass lawn. Adjacent to the grass, the graceful fountain floated in the center of the jade green pond, erupting crystal streams of water. The jets of water from the fountain created a gentle ripple that cascaded across the otherwise still water of the pond and filled the surrounding area with a soothing rumble....   [tags: University, College, Education, Full-time]

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Hooking Up On A College Campus

- Hooking up on a college campus has its positives and negatives. First off men benefit more from hooking up than women do. Women benefit more from traditional dating. The article “To Hook Up or Date: Which Gender Benefits?” by Carolyn Bradshaw, Arnold S. Kahn, and Bryan K. Saville explains how men benefit from hooking up and how women benefit from traditional dating. It explains the consequences of hooking up and the consequences of traditional dating. Hooking up has become so popular on college campuses that it has become the norm....   [tags: Sexual intercourse, Human sexual behavior]

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Alcohol Abuse On College Campus

- Campus Default: Excessive Drinking The topic I have selected is alcohol abuse on college campus and how it differs at Saint Martins, which is a dry campus. Throughout my investigative report I will focus on WSU and a little bit of UW, as my non-dry schools and only Saint Martins University as my dry college campus. This wide range of schools in Washington will help me prove that having a dry campus is beneficial for schools. Throughout the years there have been many incidents that schools such as WSU, UW show up in the newspaper or the rumors are spread about alcohol abuse on their campuses....   [tags: Alcohol abuse, Drinking culture, Binge drinking]

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Graduation Speech On College Campus

- Prevalent on a college campus such as Towson University, is diversity. Colleges pride themselves on having a high diversity rate in hopes that potential students are seeking a campus that has a melting pot feel. Each Towson University student has his or her own perspective of how diverse or not diverse campus feels. Campuses welcoming diversity and variety are great because it shows the campus accepts, welcomes and includes all backgrounds from all walks of life. However, the campus can be welcoming and encouraging of blending together, but not all students may feel the same way....   [tags: Black people, White people, Race, Race]

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College Life: Benefits of Living On-Campus

- Numerous studies all over the world have made assumptions about the academic performance of students staying on campus and those who commute to campus every day. Some studies suggests that those students who live on campus tend to have an advantage over those who don’t (Peterson, 1975). In this literature review we will look at the different views of people who researched the subject. Peterson (1975) suggested that those students involved in activities on campus “are better off financially, educationally and in other ways to begin with....   [tags: campus residence halls, appartments]

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Search For Help Around A Community College Campus

- Searching for help around a community college campus can be difficult, especially to students who do not know what resources and services a school has to offer. Community colleges offer resources and services to incoming and current students to allow them to have a better experience at school. The purpose of having resources and services at a college is for students who need help in anyway can seek that help and not have to feel like their college experience is going to be horrible. Some students would never even consider to ever look for any help around campus, for the reason that many believe it’s a waste of time and will not benefit them in anyway....   [tags: University, College, Education, High school]

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The Idea Of Smartphone Addiction On The College Campus

- My Experience in WRTC 103 In my Critical Reading and Writing course I improved my overall reading and writing skill by working on smaller projects that specifically touched on different topics then bringing it all together at the end of the year with a final project. At the end of the year for my final project I decided to discuss the idea of smartphone addiction on the college campus. After learning about the excessive use of technology in the modern day in my Problem Solving Applications in Science and Technology class I was very interested in writing about how cellphone individually have a large effect on your life....   [tags: Essay, Writing, Rhetoric, Writing process]

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College Campus Of Kansas State University

- Now, the ultimate question, are the people of today 's society addicted to their phones or media devices in general. A study was done on the college campus of Kansas State University asking students questions about their phones. Ninety-nine percent of the college students on campus owned a cell phone, to which the researcher behind the project replied with surprise that it was not 100 percent. One reason that people seem to be attached to their phone is because it is one 's own possession. A phone is not shared or lent to others; it is something with "individual ownership." Ownership of something as nice as a phone makes people feel like they have a little piece of power....   [tags: Mobile phone, Cellular network]

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Student Center Of My College Campus

- I sit here in my door room in the student center of my college campus. I sit here, and I remember. I remember what I’ve been hearing. Certain phrases about the same ideas keep tumbling out of people’s mouths. They tumble from so many people who are so different, but the messages are so similar. They are complaints. And the complaints are about central topics. Sitting here, I’ve got to thinking. Maybe some of these elements we (apparently) are so irritated about can be turned around; we can turn them around for areas to give us energy instead of places to make us frustrated....   [tags: Pleading, Complaint, 2007 albums, Personal life]

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