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    Smoking on Campus

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    Smoking on Campus For Mandie Sload, college and nicotine go hand in hand. A 20-year-old student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Sload never smoked in high school. She doesn’t smoke much over the summers but as soon as a new semester starts, she is back to four or five cigarettes a day. What is it about college life that lures her to smoke? Stress? Peer pressure? Smoking is an addiction. Tobacco contains nicotine, a drug that is addictive. Once you start smoking, it is very hard

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    Parking on Campus

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    Parking on Campus is a Pain New students entering Western Michigan University are allowed to have a car on campus. With every new freshmen class entering each year, parking poses a problem. WMU is already limited in its parking on campus and since freshmen are allowed to have cars, the students are faced with the dilemma of having nowhere to park or parking quite far from their destination. There are parking problems all over the campus, creating backups in residence hall and other lots, resulting

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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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    campus

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    college is a huge one. I very recently had to make this decision, and that is why I feel it is a perfect topic. I had countless reasons why I chose Penn States beaver branch campus, but I would like to discuss just a few. Missing my friends and family would play a big role in my decision. Also, the cost of this branch campus compared to University Park would really help me financially. Thirdly the fact that I would get the privilege to attend University Park after I successfully completed my first

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    Campus in the Sky

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    Campus in the Sky When I was 18 I moved out of my parent's house into what most would consider a small two bedroom apartment with a friend. To me it was a kingly palace because it was mine. A dishwasher that didn't work, a room so small that my bed barely fit, and bathroom I had trouble turning around in without running into a wall. Still, it was my own, and that was all that mattered. I worked a 9-5 job, scraping every penny to get by. It took two years for me to realize that there had to be

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    Virtual Campus Tour

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    Virtual campus tour is a software program where the users can experience the same thing as in the real world. They can touch, walk, run, sit on a chair, or change direction. In other words, it is like an online expedition that is close to real campus walking tour. Virtual campus tour could be a useful reference in the future for architects, urban planners, and government entities. My part in this project is making the brochure and PowerPoint. The brochure contains information about the purpose

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    Open Campus Policy

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    more are related to the idea of a closed campus. I, on the other hand, am on the behalf of an open campus. An open campus gives the student more freedom and responsibility to make the right decisions. As opposition, the closed campus concept would argue that not all or any of the students should receive such trustworthiness from the school. I think that not all but a select group of students should have the open campus opportunity. Another matter with open campus is money issues in many areas in which

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    Conniving Campus Credit

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    Conniving Campus Credit According to Eric Hoover, the lure of easy credit on college campuses causes students to be burdened with needless and unscrupulous debt. In his essay, “The Lure of Easy Credit Leaves Students Struggling with Debt,” Hoover effectively argues his position through significant references and by successfully rebutting the opposition. Hoover explains how college students are not prepared to deal with the financial responsibilities associated with managing credit cards and

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    Substance Abuse on Campus

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    Substance Abuse Implications for Understanding Substance Abuse and Dependence in College Students. 3) POLICIES, PROGRAMMING, AND PREVENTION A…. Policy Development: An Essential Element in Addressing Campus Substance Abuse Issues. B…. From Reactive to Proactive Prevention: Promoting Ecology of Health on Campus. C…. Prohibition and Freshman Residence Halls: A Study of the Enforcement of University Alcohol Policy. 4) ASSESSMENT INTERVENTION, AND TREATMENT A)…. Assessing Alcohol Problems in Student

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    Ritalin Abuse on Campus

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    Ritalin Abuse on Campus Throughout most of her childhood, Jessica Miele* was viewed by her family and peers as a strange girl. Her hyperactivity, trouble in school, and drive for music left her parents confused with what to do with him after several frustrating years. At age 14, Miele was sent from her home in New York to Vermont Academy, a boarding school in the mountains. It was there that she found his gifted ability to exprses herself creativley through art and music, and formed close friendships

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