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    school shootings, it is apparent that something needs to be done to protect students and teachers. Guns, knives, and drugs all pose a threat on school campuses. Locker searches could be the answer to making school campuses more secure from inside threats. A 1985 Supreme Court case ruled that schools are allowed to search student lockers with probable cause (New Jersy v. T.L.O.). One of the major problem school today is the prevalence of gangs and gang violence. Major gangs are the Gs and the Lords

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    Area Export Report: Locker Rooms

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    Lighting Lighting is also an important feature of locker rooms. The lighting should be adequate enough for the space. There are certain lights that are to be used for the damp locations of a locker room such as the showering areas and their quality and price vary based on the materials used (Plaza, 2012). The locker rooms should be well-lit and the walls and ceilings should also be painted with lighter colors. By keeping the space light and bright, this also helps to avoid theft by not having dark

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    The Hurt Locker

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    journey into The Hurt Locker, a critically acclaimed war movie written by Mark Boal and directed by Kathryn Bigelow (Hurt). The quote was written by former New York Times war correspondent, Chris Hedges and it perfectly sets the stage for a story that depicts just how potent and addicting war can be (Corliss). The 2008 movie won six Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Original Screenplay, Best Director, and Best Actor in a Leading Role (“Nominees & Winners”). The Hurt Locker is an exceptional

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    Gay Athletes in the NFL Locker Room

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    it is comfortable or uncomfortable. For instance a recent situation in today’s world has become a huge argument on whether or not it is alright to have gay athletes in NFL locker rooms. For men it is hard to accept gay athletes especially in the locker room. The effects gay athletes have towards other NFL athletes in the locker rooms involve a variety of different situations that depends on the teams such as making someone feel uncomfortable, bringing tension to the team and between players, and media

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    Analysis of Foot Locker

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    buy a pair. If you’ve never bought a pair of sneakers from Foot Locker, then stop what you’re doing and go get yourself a pair right now! Foot Locker only sells what's best out there in the market, if a pair of sneakers is Foot Locker approved then you won't even have to hesitate about getting them. Not only will you be satisfied with the shoes you buy but Foot Locker is always supplied with the latest athletic clothing. Foot Locker was founded in 1879. This company is one of the many on the NYSE

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    Finish Line and Foot Locker

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    sales come from apparel and accessories. o Foot locker, Inc. is an American sportswear and footwear retailer that operates in about 20 countries worldwide. Foot Locker, once formerly known as Venator Group, Inc., is the successor corporation to the F.W. Woolworth Company. Foot Locker operates a series of athletic footwear retail outlets such as Kids Foot Locker, Lady Foot Locker, Champs Sports, Foot Action USA, Eastbay, and footLocker.com. Foot Locker is traded on the NYSE under the ticker symbol FL

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    Brian Turner's The Hurt Locker

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    A Veterans Hurt Brian Turner's "The Hurt Locker" captures his personal and painful experiences during his time spent in war and furthermore, express the tragic events he witnessed. Brian Turner's poem is miraculously able to gather multiple first hand accounts of tragic, gory, and devastating moments inside a war zone and project them on to a piece of paper for all to read. He allows the audience of his work to partially understand what hell he himself and all combat veterans have endured. Although

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    As most of you know by now the movie The Hurt Locker won the Oscar for movie of the year, and this makes me very angry. My civilian friends keep asking me why I'm so mad, because most of them enjoyed watching it. Simply put it's because the movie is full of lies, exaggerations, and ugly people. 'But it's a movie' they say, 'of course it's not realistic'. That's strange.. because the back of The Hurt Locker box says 'Powerfully Realistic'. Yet this movie is about as far from realism that a movie

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    The Hurt Locker, Directed by Kathryn Bigelow

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    The Hurt Locker directed by Kathryn Bigelow and a winner of six Academy Awards, demonstrated the life of soldiers in and out of war and the lasting effects that combat has on their lives. Jeremy Renner, in the role of Sergeant William James, plays the lead character in the film followed by supporting actors, Anthony Mackie as Sergeant Sanborn, and Brian Geraghy as Specialist Eldridge. With increased threats of terrorist’s attacks in the Twenty First Century, the ideas discussed in this paper are

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    Film Analysis: The Hurt Locker

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    The Hurt Locker is a war film that is set in Iraq during the Iraq War and fits in the adventure and action genre. The plot is about a three man bomb defusal team consisting of James, Sanborn, and Elridge finding themselves is extreme, life-threatening situations where they must defuse explosives over the violent conflicts. The director, Kathryn Bigelow, has done a good job with the mise-en-scene, making the setting overall extremely believable, giving a sense of realism in the film. The film’s mise-en-scene

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