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  • The Big Move to College

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    The Big Move to College Moving away from home has been one of the biggest challenges that I have had to face so far in the eighteen years of my life. Moving from my home town to the collge dorm was a difficult transition that was necessary for growing up both mentally and physically as an individual. The little more than five hundred miles that separates me from my friends and family has allowed me to become the person I am today, and the distance allows me to grow and become more familiar with

  • Observation Of A Subculture

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    The Residential Advisor, or RA, subculture is confined strictly to dormitories. People who have yet to attend college or have never resided in a dorm, may have a lack of knowledge or interest in this particular subculture. Even as a college freshman living in the dorms, I did not have substantial information covering this unique group, which is why I chose to observe them for my ethnography. Although I live with many residential advisors in Naismith Hall, I found myself that I didn’t know much about

  • Dormitory: When will the school take its reponsibility

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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

  • Technology and the Future of State University

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    to all students in every classroom. I am already being trained to be knowledgeable of computers. Luckily, this will help me for job interviews. Many classes will not meet in the classroom but rather online in the comfort of each student’s own dorm room. This self-teaching method of the future will interest many high schoolers and cause many positive decisions pertaining to whether or not they will attend college. Birkerts states, “The fate of the book must be considered side by side with the

  • Benefits Of Roommates

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    Roommates. Maybe you had to share a room with your brother or sister growing up. Maybe you have moved into your very first dorm room and are realizing just how close you and this other person are going to get. Maybe you and some friends are new to an area and want to reduce the cost of living by moving in together. Regardless, sharing some form of living space with another person is a nearly inevitable, but eventful, venture that many of us will experience at one time or another. At first, having

  • Critique of Five Argumentative Essays

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    with current regulations that their is a danger of the extension of seals. RSS Should Not Provide Dorm Room Carpets In this essay, the author has argued a clear problem, about why not to install carpet in dorm rooms. I believe that the reasons the author gives might appeal to the audience. But I believe this essay is underdeveloped. It is more about the reasons why the author feels carpeting dorm rooms is a bad idea. But not if the students really believe it’s a bad idea. I think the author should

  • Persuasive Essay About Dropping Out

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    “survive”. That is cleaning your room up and getting ready to leave. Let 's be serious this isn’t that an exciting experience.

  • On-Campus vs. Off-Campus vs. Commuting

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    Living off campus: Pros and cons. (2011, July 25). . Retrieved May 3, 2014, from Kokemuller, N. (n.d.). Dorm Life vs. Off Campus Housing. . Retrieved May 3, 0201, from . (n.d.). . Retrieved May 3, 2014, from . (n.d.). . Retrieved May 3, 2014, from

  • College Experience: My Experience At William Penn University

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    My experience so far at William Penn University has been a roller coaster ride. It has had its ups and downs similar to any other new experience to a person. As a freshman it takes some adjusting to get used to the style, especially when I have had the support from my parents for a long time. I have had moments here that I have enjoyed, and other ones that I would rather not have to deal with. It has been a full 7 weeks, but it definitely has been an experience I will need in the future and it is

  • Fire Safety

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    end of the year. Around 200 candles were taken from students in Onondaga Hall alone last year. According to the Oswego Fire Department, the dorms are built compartmentalized, which means that if the door to a room in which there is a fire is shut, the fire will be somewhat contained. This procedure will help the fire from spreading rapidly. The doors to all rooms are fire resistant. Although these safety features help increase students' chances of survival in the case of a tragedy, they cannot be