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    A growing number of students on college campuses are taking their life in their own hands each time they consume large quantities of alcohol in a short period of time. This popular method of drinking, called binge drinking, is a social stigma passed down from past generations. Students consider binge drinking a recreational way of life that is reninforced with alcoholic berverage "hangouts" located near college campuses. The fraternity and sorority houses are known for their wild parties. The peer-pressured

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    school was very overwhelming for me. Being apart of the Medgar Evers community was different than being apart of the Utica College community. Being a woman in Utica College gives me the chance of being associated with many different communities. As a woman, being apart of the woman group gives me plenty of responsibilities within itself. As a woman, my responsibility on my campus is to first carry myself with respect. In this day and age, it is natural for a man to downgrade a woman and speak on her

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    Marijuana can be found on every college campus in the United States and is the drug of choice coming in right behind alcohol. Harvard School of public health conducted a survey over the last eleven years and found that marijuana use in college has gone from 26.4 % in 1989-1991 to 33.6% in 2000 (http://www.edc.org/hec/pubs/prev-updates/marijuana.html). According to a similar study, the majority of students on college campuses that use marijuana will also participate in other high risk activities.

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    Should Fraternities Be Banned From College Campus The frequency of binge drinking at fraternities and sororities leads to an “Animal House” style of living. (Dr. Henry Wechsler, Harvard University) Students celebrate the end of the week by flocking to local bars for $2 pitchers. They prepare for the big game by tailgating in the parking lots with coolers full of beer. Fraternities use keg parties to help recruit new pledges. As college students return to campus for the new school year, events like

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    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

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    STUDENTS SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO CARRY GUNS ON COLLEGE CAMPUS Specific Purpose: To motivate my audience to stand against the law that allows students to carry guns on college campus. Central Idea: Allowing guns on college campus can create tension on the campus and possibly increase the rate of gun violence in schools. INTRODUCTION I. The Attention Step A. About 5 months ago, Mustafa is a United Arab Emirate student like me who goes to Virginia State College. He was involved in a heated racial argument

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    community colleges do not provide on-campus housing and to provide greater insights into the types of community colleges that provide on-campus housing, the typical student who resides in on-campus housing, a guide to various California community colleges that provide on-campus housing, and the impact that on-campus housing has on student learning outcomes, financial gains for community colleges that provide on-campus housing, and an overview of the lack of data in the area of not only on-campus housing

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    Ines Alvarez 5960143 Campus Involvement Paper Once I got accepted into Florida International University, I used to think how my life would be after transitioning from high school to college. I used to very involved in high school activities; member of the women’s soccer team, art club, student council, among others. I could maintain good grades while keeping up with these activities and managing to have a social life. But they say college is hard and I couldn’t help but wonder if I’d be able to keep

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    ?????????????????????????9 BACKGROUND I am proposing for a library to be put into the Exton campus of Delaware County Community College. There is currently not a library at this location. In order to have the use of a campus library we must go to the main campus of the college, which is approximately thirty to forty minutes from the Exton location. There are many students that go the Exton campus throughout the year and take a variety of courses. Many of these courses require at least some time

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    there are many smokers of students in this college. If Edmonds Community College really becomes a smoke-free campus, I guess it may have many against voices from students. The college should prepare itself for feedbacks. However, as everyone knows, school is a place where educates people. So it is supposed to be a clean air campus. Becoming a smoke-free campus is one of the improvements. In the smoke-free campus, although people are not allowed to smoke on campus, they still have rights to carry tobacco

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