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    I. DESCRIPTION OF COMPANY Louisiana State University is also known as LSU. Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College land grants were made in 1806. These were granted by the United States. The college opened January 2, 1860. We are a public university that accepts both females and males. We are located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. We are a flagship institution, and the largest institution of higher education in Louisiana. The campus is on 2,000 acres. There are 250 buildings

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    lsu

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    should know which college they would like to go to. For me personally, the college of my dreams is Louisiana State University. The top three majors at Louisiana State University are Biology, Biomedical engineering, and Business. The main reason I want to go to Louisiana State University is because of their amazing biology department .The main things that caught my attention about Louisiana State University, was how flexible I could be with my money, it isn’t that hard to apply and the admission process

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    Scholorship Needed

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    Now I don't how I am going to beat all nine of my other peers for this scholorship but I will be trying my hardest to get this scholorship. Now this scholorship will be a college scholorship in the field of sports medicine and it will be for the University of Texas A&M and will be starting in the year of 2016 as a four year scholorship that is equal to eight semesters. Sports medicine is catagorized in the medical field and what these people do is subscribe medicine and other medical products to athleted

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    Employment Research

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    researching what the schools of the south, and possibly a few in other parts of the country. St. Augustine in both St. Augustine, Florida, as well as Austin, Texas, both Louisiana State University Health Science Centers, Texas Women’s University in both Houston and Dallas, Texas, along with the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the University of South Alabama in Mobile are all schools that I will be sending my candidacy towards. I will explore their tuitions and scholarship options, length of schooling

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    Rachel of Old Louisiana

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    cultivating plantations and slavery have been very big topics in the state of Louisiana’s history. The book, Rachel of Old Louisiana, by Avery O. Craven deals with the life of a woman who herself is a plantation owner who owns slaves in the early 1790s and late 1840s. In this work of literature it is displayed the pure drive and determination of Rachel O’Connor despite the things she goes through in life. Rachel moved to Louisiana at the age of four, in 1778, with her mother, Rachel Hopkins Swayze

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    On December 3rd, 2008, 23-year-old Louisiana State University senior Brandy Lynn Fecke travelled with classmate Chad Culotta to the LSU Recreation Center to use the bouldering wall in order to complete a required assignment for an Outdoor Living Skills Activity course. After successfully traversing up the easier 13’ climbing wall, which did not require her to wear a harness, Fecke lost her footing on the way down, and fell, resulting in injuries to her foot and leg, and at least three surgeries.

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    Chopin and Edna Pontellier as Feminists Kate Chopin is known for her literary works that depict culture in New Orleans, Louisiana, and of women's struggles for freedom. She was born Katherine O'Flaherty in Missouri, and later married Oscar Chopin in 1870. He was a Creole cotton trader from New Orleans. Later they moved to a plantation near Cloutierville, Louisiana, where her husband died in 1882. She returned to Missouri with her six children, and began her writing career. She began writing

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    academic scholarship to Loyola University. Loyola sparked my interest because I wanted my college experience to be an adventure… something bold, exciting and new. When I toured the campus and city, I was intrigued by how vastly different New Orleans was from Portland; there was so much soul with a unique and vibrant culture. I fell in love with this city before Katrina. I accepted the scholarship to Loyola; I packed up my belongings and got on a flight to New Orleans, Louisiana. I was nervous

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    Claire Chennault

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    Charles. Starting life early with the passing f his mother, Chennault became a wandering child; hardly ever seen outside of the woods near his home. He states in his novel, “Way of a Fighter,” that it made him self-confident and made him make his own decisions. Later on, he attended Louisiana State University for three years, but transferred to Louisiana State Normal for his last year to become a teacher. As the world erupted in chaos which caused World War I, Chennault enlisted and was stationed at Gerstner

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    Robert Penn Warren’s novel, All the King’s Men depicts the tale of the rise of a political leader named Willie Stark. Many readers have speculated that Warren based Willie Stark’s character on Huey Long, a controversial, political leader from Louisiana who was prominent during the early 1900s. Although Robert Penn Warren has “repeatedly denied that Willie Stark is a fictional portrait of Huey Long,” many aspects of the novel directly correlate to the political career and personal life of Huey Long

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