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  • Dorm Life

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    Dorm Life Each year students entering college face one of the biggest transitions they will ever have to encounter in there life, moving into a dorm room. Most students are use to living in a house with there family and most likely having there own bedroom and own bathroom. Now as they begin college, the students move in with complete strangers, and share a bedroom and maybe a bathroom with one to three other people. Adapting to this new environment might take a lot of time and patients for

  • Dealing with the Challenges of Dorm Life

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    The stress of living in a dorm for many freshmen is great; the transition from living in a comfortable environment, such as a guardian’s home, to living outside of it is very traumatic. It is hard because he or she has always depended on the guardian for a calm stable home life, but there is nothing stable or calm about a dorm. The combination of health problems, the feeling of living in a cell, and dealing with many different individuals makes the experience almost unbearable. While living on-campus

  • English Comparative- Dorm Life Vs. Life At Home

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    College Dorm Life Vs. Life at Home Last month in our country, thousands of eighteen year olds flocked and migrated to a location where they could finally escape the stress of parents, siblings and their very own house and neighborhood. For the majority of the students, the move was indeed a success, an enjoyment, and otherwise a great new place to call home. There are some teens however, who are finding the new life in college to be struggle, and for some, an unejoyable event. In this essay, I

  • The Violence Within

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    progressive thing in our society. But through humans’ natural nature of misguidance we often use violence as the solution to many problems, and that may be the real problem. Whatever it is used for good or bad violence seems to be a part of everyday life and no matter how hard we try there is no escaping it. And that is what Gregory Djanikian puts forth in his poem “Violence”. “Violence” is basically a poem arguing the fact that violence is unavoidable, everywhere, and contagious. In the first stanza

  • Losing My Religion

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    Manytimes one hears the words “and it changed my life forever,” or something to that effect; these words seem to be a bit overused and may have lost their meaning for some. So when I heard them from Jon, I must admit that even though he is a friend, I was a bit dubious. Jon claimed that at the age of about thirteen a major change occurred for him. This change dealt with the religion Jon was born into, Judaism. This was the faith that his parents turned to at the age of twenty andbrought into

  • College Roommate Essay

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    statement and reveals some negative changes that up and coming college students are making. The way one learns to live with the stranger that we have been thrown into the same room with is one of the most important years of our lives teaching us valuable life lessons. Your roommate exposes you to different kinds of people and personalities that may not be familiar and prepares you for dealing with these people. Now a days students are using the Internet to match themselves to roommates with similar personalities

  • Is Life Taken For Granted?

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    Is Life Taken For Granted? It was a wet cold night that could only give the impression that something was just not quite right. I was driving in the middle of the forest with a packed car on our way home from the semester’s best party. The roads were slick from the melting snow that had turned to ice. There were four of us total in the car and we were all pretty smashed that night. This was the first night that I had in fact been driving while intoxicated. Sumner in the back seat decided

  • PS short answer

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    came back home I couldn’t look at my life without a sense of guilt and an equal compulsion to change the world. But I won’t, because that has all been said before, and wanting to change the world doesn’t mean much without a plan. For both in India and at home, "knowledge without goodness is dangerous, and goodness without knowledge is weak." These words, carved into my elite New England prep school’s constitution in 1778 and preached to us weekly, came to life in India. I was well educated before

  • Alienation In Marx And Marx's Theory Of Socialization

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    can create a revolt they do not do so because ideology as a false consciousness does not allow individuals that are working to realize how they are being exploited and because workers are blinded, it prevents them to take action to have a better work life. Meaning that both alienation and ideology as a false consciousness blinds individuals to actually see the world they live in. This causes individuals to see themselves and by others as nothing more than an object in a capitalist system, they see no

  • Racial Diversity and the True Colors of Life

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    Racial Diversity - The True Colors of Life Think of the world as a box of crayons. A box in which each color stands in its own designated space. Like these crayons, we each have different shades, tints, and most importantly, we all leave marks on our world when used. Some of us will leave a bold, vivid mark that cannot be unnoticed. For others of us, our mark is soft and subtle. Alone, each crayon can only achieve so much in the expression it can make. The way we express ourselves is limited