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    In 1967, summer of love in San Francisco there were people traveling from across the world to go to Haight-Ashbury street to join the huge crowd. To listen to bands play while going wild. Taking drugs, having sex, dancing to music, people fighting for what’s right. During that year summer lasted a year long and not a lot of people complained. With what happened, there were multiple of things that had an impact on American society and culture, hippie movement became a trend, there were drugs, and

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    What was known as the ‘Summer of Love’ occurred in 1967 in San Francisco. Considered to be the climax of the hippie movement occurring all over the world in the sixties, it was a time of rebellion against conformity, a desire for peace, and a soaring sense of individualism. However the media were responsible for the negative portrayal of the Summer of Love and still to this day, the media plays an important role in forming the attitudes of outsiders towards the ‘Hippie’ movement, commenting on their

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    A Summers Love

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    A Summer Love William Shakespeare wrote about many people, places, and things throughout his life. What he might be most remembered for are his writings about love. None might be better than his sonnet 18. Shakespeare uses imagery, personification, unusual techniques and remarkable feelings in this declaration. Few have matched such a task including himself. This short sonnet number 18 is one of the best known and most loved of all 154 poems. Mabillard states that “It is also one of the most straightforward

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    Homosexuality in My Summer of Love

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    counter-productive to the LGBT community. One example is Pawel Pawlikowski’s My Summer of Love (2004) (based on the novel of the same title by Helen Cross), which centers on the lesbian love story between two teenagers girl, Mona and Tamsin. In what follows, it will be shown that Pawlikowski’s film is detrimental to the gay community, as it reinforces the heteronormative ideology, rather than challenging it. The first reason why My Summer of Love emphasizes the normalized heterosexual ideology is found in the main

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    Hippies 1960s

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    Hippies The 1960’s. A time when many events arose and occurred. One particular movement, which many people referred to as a culture, had the name that most know of as hippies. They rejected mainstream life style and displayed love and peace, they were also known as “Flower Children” (Flower Child). Hippies created anti-war movements in the 1960‘s and maintained these movements for a long stretch in time. For as long as hippies lasted through America’s history, they did not inspire the youth during

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    thought to be an idea of the Summer of Love. Haight Ashbury and its history has been an amazing phenomenon to many visitors. I have found that many people have visited to see the art, learn about the culture, and even hear about what kind of music everyone was obsessed with. Haight was named a “Vibrant Hippie History” because of its bright colors and very artsy buildings. In 1967, Haight formed the famous heyday, which included the infamous “Summer of Love.” This “Summer of Love” included a very psychedelic

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    Application

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    When I was 8 years old, my family moved away from my birth country, England. My friend told me about this great program and I immediately fell in love with the idea of spending my summer at Oxbridge. It would be an amazing experience for me. I spent the past few summers at a wilderness camp, where I learned great leadership skills. I also discovered some new interests, such as hiking and rock climbing. This year I wanted to try an academic program; I thought the Oxbridge Prep experience” program

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    The Hippie Movement of the 1960's

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    The hippie subculture was originally a youth movement beginning in the United States around the early 1960s and consisted of a group of people who opposed political and social orthodoxy, choosing an ideology that favored peace, love, and personal freedom. The hippies rejected established institutions, criticized middle class values, opposed nuclear weapons and the Vietnam War, were usually eco-friendly and vegetarians, and promoted the use of psychedelic drugs. They created their own communities

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    God has done amazing, perplexing things in my life that I will be grateful for forevermore. When I got saved in 2008 I didn’t know much about Christ besides He died for me. At that time in my life the weight of that never truly set in. God has brought me out of many hurts and tribulation in my life. When I was 4 my parents got a divorce and I was virtually left fatherless. Growing up I never thought this really affected me until I realized I craved the gratification of a male figure. At the age

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    Scholarship essay

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    as a leader. My Dad has been battling bravely against the disease, while my Mom has been dealing with the financial difficulties. I picked up much of the house chores and have taken many responsibilities, along with some part-time jobs. My parents love and support for me has never changed, even though their lives have untold amounts of stress. My education and growth continue to be their top priority. I remember once the youth orchestra was honored to perform at Carnegie Hall. While I participated

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