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    Rowdy Drunken College Students I read an article about Northwestern University students in Evanston, Illinois, and the community’s complaints against them. The article, written by Bob Seidenberg, discusses the need for city council to call a meeting to address the problems of rowdy drunken college students disturbing the peace and quiet of the evenings, by wandering around and through Evanston homes late at night. The underling issue is, is this Northwestern’s problem, or simply a lack of respect

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    Community Service

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    Community Service People complain everyday about the problems in this world. One of my complaints is about people who complain! I have a high respect for those who take actions to try to solve these problems. One major group which has to solve problems this is internationally recognized is Rotary International. Another group with similar goals is The Ruritan Foundation. Both of these groups have a website used by people all over the world to communicate information about their organization

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    ViVa! Vienna!

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    Small children shriek at the excitement of experiencing toddler rides at ViVa! Vienna!. Teenagers scream as they cling to their seats on the scary rides. Adults scrutinize the intricate crafts on sale at vendor booths along an historic street. People of all ages enjoy the food court, a veritable United Nations of tastes. Parents appreciate the fact that there is no cost to attend ViVa! Vienna! Music fans soak up the sounds of a wide variety of free music to suit everyone’s taste.

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    The person that I am going to focus on is Rod Blagojevich. He is the former governor of Illinois. He was born on December 10th 1956. He was the younger of two boys. His father Radisa Blagojevich, was an immigrant steel plant laborer from Serbia who was also a former Nazi prisoner. His mother, Millie was a ticket taker for the Chicago Transit authority. Rod grew up in a working class immigrant neighborhood in Chicago. His parents never let him forget about his heritage and culture. Besides

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    able to influence kids and others with his performance on and off the ice with the Chicago Blackhawks. A charity that Kane does is the Chicago Blackhawks Charities. These charities are a variety of charitable events that happen throughout Northern Illinois, but mostly the Chicago area. They focus towards health, education, and housing. However their one goal is to “to serve local citizens and impact the lives of youth and their families in and

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    Dorothea Dix was an activist who, in the nineteenth century, worked to help start mental asylums in America. Before she started her work, people who were mentally ill were either put in prison or almshouses (almshouses were what we would call homeless shelters now). If the family of the person who is mentally ill had enough money, they would care for the person in their home. They would hide the person and make them live only inside so no one would see them. In the prisons and almshouses, they were

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    soothing and captivating holiday trip to North America. The fabulous conurbation of Illinois is spectacularly blessed with a wide range of attractive landscapes, admirable museums, dazzling skyscrapers and delightful culinary to enjoy on a trip to Chicago. Weather When to Visit Chicago The best time to visit Chicago can only be determined by the interest and reasons for why one is travelling to Chicago, Illinois. The soothing city is good to enjoy some outdoor fun and adventure in summers. From

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    The Shunning of a Whistleblower

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    Throughout all of humanity, people have been shunning other people for many reasons. Whether it be the differences between two people or the wrongdoings of a person, it almost seems like human nature for people to turn away from each other. A person would think that over time, society would become more accepting of others, but instead, it seems that the things that have been seen to be unfit for society in the past still hold true today. Traditions and beliefs are still prevalent today, and when

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    Illinois Colleges and Universities

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    Illinois has many big colleges located in this state. Colleges such as Illinois University, Northwestern University and DePaul University is located throughout Illinois. Even though Northwestern and Illinois University are bigger, DePaul is also in division one. Distance Learning and Net Cost is being used throughout Illinois. All of these great colleges make up Illinois and Illinois’s learning abilities in college. University of Illinois Illinois is home to Illinois University. Although the University

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    Minimum wage should be increased because millions of Americans will be saved from a life of poverty. With inflation increasing every year, it is necessary to raise the minimum wage to keep up the living cost. Adams, Mark. "Raising the Minimum Wage Hurts the Poor." US News. U.S.News & World Report, 11 Mar. 2013. Web. 22 Apr. 2014. Mark Adams argues that raising minimum wage would hurt the poor rather than helping them. He points out that raising minimum wage will make it hard for them to find a

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