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    College Acceptance

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    College Acceptance I am more than what meets the eye. There is only a certain part of me that people observe and judge me by in my everyday life. Some people know me as the boy who rushes down to the Harmon Cove bus stop every morning half awake and half asleep juggling several items in my hands. In one hand I have my books that I 'attempted' to read for homework the previous night and my other hand is holding on to my Sony metallic cd player for my bus ride to school. My peers and acquaintances

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    whom it may concern: I am a proud first generation college graduate and I am always searching for ways to improve. As a child, my parents struggled to keep my siblings and me afloat by remaining proactive in our lives and exposing us to various programs within our community. My mother encouraged me and was very vocal about her expectations, and often stated she wanted me to do better than she had—see my mother was a teenaged parent and by the time she was 18, she had two children. However, during

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    Senioritis

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    on their academic attainment such as loss of college acceptance, difficulties with college level classes, lack of desire to further education and a continued apathetic attitude towards the end of any undertaking. To understand why senioritis is so destructive to a senior’s future, it should first be identified. According to en.wikipedia.org, senioritis is defined as an imaginary syndrome attributed to students nearing the end of high school and college, whose symptoms include laziness, procrastination

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    My Senior Year

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    activities are very important for college acceptance. I hope to get certified in the areas in which I have been training for. Getting into college so that I can be successful is the main goal in my life is. I hope to get accepted to a college or university by the end of my senior year. My schedule will be busy but I will hopefully have a future. Grades are one of the most important factors of my high school career. My grade point average and my SAT's determine what college I go to. They determine my effort

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    John Locke

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    greed is something that has destroyed the world we live in. If there wasn’t any greed there wouldn’t be any murder cases or any kidnappings or robberies, etc, the list can go on and on. Another example is college acceptance. All students work for the same hope, to get accepted to a good college and hopefully gain a job that will best fulfill their needs. Say we have two identical students both scored a 1500 on their SATs and they where equally involved in their school. The only difference was that

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    Acceptance vs. Appearance in Frankenstein The major theme in Frankenstein by Mary Shelley is the great emphasis placed on appearance and acceptance in society. In modern society as well as in the society of Frankenstein, people judge one solely on their appearance. Social prejudice is often founded on looks, whether it is the color of one's skin, the clothes that one wears and even the way a person carries himself or herself. People make instant judgments based on these social prejudices. This

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    Loss and Healing in The River Warren

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    absorb them into our lives and move on. According to Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, there are five basic stages of grief. They are denial and isolation, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance. It is not unusual for people to be lost in one of the first four stages, and until they move on to acceptance their lives may be difficult and even painful ("Stages"). In The River Warren Jeff Gruber deals with these five stages of grief and finds peace in his life and with his father.

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    The Acceptance of Digital Art Digital art has a fifty-year history of innovation and experimentation with new technology. The Pioneers of digital art were not artists but people who were exploring new visions through computers and the writing of computer programs. According to the Digital Art Museum, which is a joint venture between London Guildhall University and two independent art galleries, digital art can currently be classified according to three phases Phase I of digital art was from

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    Reflection About Grief

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    takes a few weeks or months. Grief is also usually assigned to the feeling of loss from something physical or concrete. Sometimes, however, grief isn’t clear cut and easy to follow. The stages of grief, denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance, can happen in any order, occur infinitely many times, and be a result of any life change. When I moved to Flagstaff at age six, I had a hard time making new friends. Because my parents were worried about me, they encouraged me to get involved

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    The Five Steps of Grief

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    him also go through the process. To overcome grief effectively all five steps must be experienced but not in any particular order and through the stories the readers can see how each character deals with grief differently but eventually all reach acceptance. Lorraine Hansberry, writes about a family is all waiting for the arrival of their deceased father’s life insurance check in the play “A Raisin in The Sun”. The audience sees how each family member has to come to grasp with their father/husband's

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