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  • My Time at Boarding School

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    Sam's birthday and there was a little room called the 'slip' room, which was for people who were naughty. We had saved our pcket monmey for ages so we could buy Sam many sweets. By that time, there was a new girl, Lauren, who helped us so much. She managed to distract Sam whilst we were gettng everything ready. Lauren managed to parade Sam round the boarding house three times before saying: "Hmm I wonder if they are in here." And shoving Sam into the little room and us all shouting "SURPRISE

  • Free Narrative Essay - Our Big Trip to State College

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    of her friends.  We proceeded to go to her friends dorm and began playing drinking games prior to t he evening of partying.  Needless to say after a couple hours of drinking games we were all a little tipsy, so we then sauntered on over to a Fraternity party, where we continued working on our inebriation. After a long night of partying and fraternizing with hundreds of drunk college kids much like ourselves, we headed back to the dorm in which the whole evening started. And just as any

  • Imagery Differences in Texts

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    cover over with measured fingertips.” Nye gives us several sensory conductors including sight, feeling and smell. Sight would include ... ... middle of paper ... .... Then when the author talks of returning to her dorm room, she calls it dank. This meaning that the dorm room was probably wet and musty smelling in a way. These two written sentences explain what she had to deal with before and after a hurricane as well as explain her mood during this period. As stated above, imagery is a concept

  • Visitation

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    students walking out alone late at night, th... ... middle of paper ... ...unsafe, especially since this area has gained a reputation for robberies and attacks. If there was no limitations on visitations a student could just stay in their friend’s room until the following morning. Conclusion Once a person reaches the age of 18, they are viewed as an adult in almost all aspects of the law. A part of being an adult is making your own decisions and learning from them, so as long as Howard University

  • Eng. essay 2

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    College students should receive a grant that covers entire and tuition, room and board including all fees and does not have to be repaid from the federal government. The cost of attending college is going through the roof and many families cannot afford it. This grant should be enough to cover each college students expenses from food, gas, rent, and textbooks. Tax payers money could then be spent on bettering the future of “todays youth”. Rather than supporting those that have been on welfare

  • Catcher In The Rye

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    Holden can’s stand are the ‘phonies.’ Holden met a lot of phonies in his lifetime. Holden lived in a dorm that was named after a phony, he heard a phony playing a piano, and he met his date’s phony friend. Holden went to a boarding school named Pencey Prep. There, Holden lived in the Ossenburger Memorial Wing which is the name for the new dorms. The hall was only for juniors and seniors. The dorms were named after this guy named Ossenburger who also went to Pencey a long time ago. After Ossenburger

  • Should you commute

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    at Baldwin Wallace University states that “sometimes I really don’t like living on campus b... ... middle of paper ... ... about commuting. I also think that living at home prevents me from spending time with my new found friends who do have a dorm on campus but we set up dates such as coffee or lunch to catch up on each other’s lives. Not being able to talk to your friends on a daily basis makes the time spend together that much more valuable. I, for one, do not regret the decision to commute

  • Difference Between College And Community College

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    find that the process of making friends is an easier one. Making friends while being in college has many factors strung a lot with it. Universities present a bigger opportunity of creating lasting friendships by providing more of a social life with dorm room living, greater social events and lounges for students to hangout at all through the day. The process of making a friend is a very unique one, and it does not come easy to everyone. In all reality, attending a university over a community college

  • Universities of the Future

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    future. Laptops, wired classrooms, and technologically enriched curriculums are only the beginning. As visions of State U's future develop, dreams of newly renovated classrooms, dorms, and offices materialize. However, newer looking buildings are only pleasing to the eyes. What will make these new classrooms, dorms, and offices key to the development of a more powerful mind are computers, machines, and other new innovations. Instead of a mere few, all classrooms will be “wired,” and all students

  • Safety on College Campuses

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    avoided the massacre if they had a better security system with surveillance cameras. Moreover, security cameras could show an armed person and their location on the campus so security could get there before harm was done. Also, metal detectors in the dorms would help to ensure ...