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    On-Campus vs. Off-Campus vs. Commuting

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    Purpose There are many decisions to be made when coming to college, and one of them is deciding where to live. Do you want to stay on-campus, off-campus, or commute? Our purpose in this report is to inform you of all the options available to you on the State University campus. Of course you’re not going to just randomly choose whatever you like. So instead of looking at all the positives and negatives yourself, we have compiled a nice little report for your viewing. This should and will help you

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    Importance of Recycling at the University I remember my first semester here at the University and the dark halls of the Bates House Residence Hall. Many a party was concluded with an idea for what to do with the endless piles of cans that had congregated on the floor. One idea, I remember, was to wall someone into his room and another was to see how many we could stand on end without toppling. But, we usually just ended up throwing them in the trashcans in our refuse room. Sometimes out

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    From A House To A Home

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    When I was younger, I dreamed of owning an exorbitantly large house with a winding staircase which overlooked the large vaulted living room. My house would be four bedrooms and have a massive master suite, which would encompass three fourths of the second floor and include a private office. Of course this house would have the best of everything, from the gourmet kitchen to the panoramic views out of every window. Music would radiate in every room from the central high fidelity audio system. This

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    There are people out there that go through the most horrible things in life some people might have broken a leg permanently, others might have lost someone extremely close to them, but these women have been put through the worse things possible. Some of these women have been separated from their families’ drug off, beating, and even murdered. They don’t chose this kind of violence like some people chose to take that jump off of a bridge and break their leg permanently or chose to take that turn and

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    History and Overview of Franklin College

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    Franklin College, established in 1834, was the first coeducational institution in Indiana and the seventh in the nation. Franklin College has grown, physically and ideologically, and has made changes to its campus to support the larger amount and increasing variety of people. These changes in physical appearance include the construction of new buildings like new dormitories. Ideologically, Franklin has grown towards an ideology that gives students the opportunity for greater equality and responsibility

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    Sophomores in College

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    College: most of us have all been there and for some of us it was the best four, or five, years of our lives. College is a place where we start fresh from high school and not only make something of ourselves, but also find out who we can really be. Aside from all the stress before even starting college, including the applications, the scholarships and a future career path, there is something we all must be a part of, and that is dorm life. All normal college campuses have dorms; whether they are

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    After a tiring and long day, Ander went back to his dormitory. Instead of heat he felt strong wind coming through a big hole on the window and he smelt a disgusting smell from the toilet mixed with it. With disappointment, Ander lay on his bed. However, after a loud snap, one of the cabinet bases broke off like crunchy fries. In order to release his anger, he went into the washroom to take a hot shower but he found that the shower head which was supposed to be fastened on the ceiling was lying on

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    This is a question all college students must answer: Is it better to live on campus or off campus? They both have their advantages and disadvantages, so it is very important to do your research before making this decision. A lot of people who decide to go to college wonder if it is more cost efficient to live on campus, rather than live off campus while having to pay for furniture and other household appliances. Also, you have to worry about convenience and availability. It is better to make a long

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    Today is the big day, the day I move from my house to a college dorm room. I knew after the first day after I graduated, I felt like I was ready to be on my own. You ever get that feeling that they say you get when you graduate. You feel as if the world is yours and all you want to do is explore and do everything you dreamed of. As the days count down to go to college I forget that college really is not free. So, I began to stress out. I thought I was ready but realty hit me dead in the face. It

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    FIRE

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    all students safe. When students go off to college, the majority of them are living away from their parents for the first time, FIU and the parents want to warn the students about the dangers of fires in College housing, such as frat house, dorms, barracks and so on and so forth. According to the National Fire Protection Association estimated that the number of campus housing fires has risen dramatically in recent years, from 1800 in 1998 to 3300 in 2009 (National Fire Protection Association, 2012)

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