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  • Award-Winning Book Split by Swati Avasthi

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    Split is an award-winning, realistic fiction book written by Swati Avasthi. The book has a total number of 280 pages, and it could be found in our school library. The story focuses mainly on two brothers, Jace and Christian Witherspoon. After years of suffering from abuse from his father, Jace eventually runs away from home like his older brother did before. Finding himself, bruised and tattered, at Christian’s doorsteps, Christian decides to take him in because he is family. Along with new

  • Analysis Of The Malcomb Baldrige National Quality Award

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    was required to continue to compete in an expanding global market. (NIST, 2010) Consequently, several strategic frameworks were developed for managing, and measuring organizational performance. Among them were the Malcomb Baldrige National Quality Award, which was created by and act of congress and signed into law by the President in 1987, and The Balanced Scorecard, which is a performance management tool that was born out of research conducted in the late 1980s and early 1990s by Robert S. Kaplan

  • An Introduction to the 3 Idiots, an Award Winning Film

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    An Introduction to the 3 Idiots, an Award Winning Film It is from this context that the film 3 Idiots comes. 3 Idiots was a “superhit film” (3 Idiots Triumphs) directed by Rajkumar Hirani and released in 2009. The 3 Idiots is an award winning film with many awards were given specifically for its sound design. 3 Idiots has won more than 20 awards including best sound recording and best sound re-recording from the International Indian Film Academy (3 Idiots Awards) and best sound engineer, best lyricists

  • Cathy Freeman Should Win The Australian Hero Award

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    ability, admired for his brave deeds and noble qualities. Good morning/afternoon I am speaking to you today to why I think Cathy Freeman should win the Australian Hero Award. Cathy Freeman always said “You got to try and reach for the stars or try and achieve the unreachable.” Cathy is a well deserving winner of the Australian hero award because she is the founder of an organisation called ‘The Cathy Freeman Foundation’ which encourages Indigenous children to find their path way to education, health

  • Summary Of The Arthur Ashe Courage Award By Caitlyn Jenner

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    On July 15, 2015, Caitlyn Jenner received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. The Arthur Ashe Courage Award is presented each year to an individual whose contributions have gone beyond sports. Many people may not recognize the name Caitlyn Jenner since only a few months prior, she was known as Bruce Jenner. In 1976, he was considered the best male athlete in the world. He won the men’s decathlon, which consists of ten events of track and field. Through all this, Bruce struggled with his self identity

  • Gender-Neutral Oscars?

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    the Academy Awards categories of best actor and best actress. Elsesser argues that the two categories need to become one category in order to eliminate gender segregation in Hollywood. For this article there are several different audiences Elsesser is addressing. The first most obvious audience she is addressing is the Hollywood film industry and more specifically the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. A majority of the article is spent scrutinizing Hollywood and their award ceremonies

  • Epicurus Deserves a 21st Century Scientific Award

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    Epicurus began with no life on the tiny island of Samos in the grand Aegean Sea. He was born on February 341BCE as the second of four brothers to two poor cleruchs, shamed Athenian citizens who settled on Greek territories. Epicurus’ early childhood may have brought him to distraught, but his philosophies made it seem as though he had lived his entire life in the grand palace of Alexander the Great. Epicurus’ main focus was on maximum pleasure, which, according, to him, was only achievable through

  • Contriversial, Provocative, and Award Winning Film, "Bowling for Columbine"

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    single-handedly guarantee that George W. Bush will never see a second term." Well, one can only dream. After all, it is just a movie. Micheal Moore When "Bowling for Columbine" was announced as the Oscar winner for Best Documentary at the Academy Awards, the audience rose to its feet. It was a great moment, one that I will always cherish. They were standing and cheering for a film that says we Americans are a uniquely violent people, using our massive stash of guns to kill each other and to use them

  • The Effects Of Gender Inequality In Hollywood, And Hollywood

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    In earlier years, women and minorities were barely compensated for their roles in film and there is not much of a difference today. This should not come as a surprise to anyone because of the effects of gender inequality and white supremacy that still exists. While they are idolized and celebrated for their roles the reality is that they are often underpaid in Hollywood. The gap between genders and race on the pay scale exists throughout all businesses in the United States, and Hollywood is no exception

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    The American writer and historian James Adams is credited with being the first to popularize the concept of the American dream. In his book The Epic of America, which was published in 1931, he depicted it as “that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement"(214), but even though he was the first to popularize it, the idea of the American dream existed long before he did. In 1776, in the declaration