Higher Education and the American Dream: Success and Its Discontents

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Is  College necessary? Introduction             It is true that a college may favor or not favor some victims. This means that it is not an assurance if you complete your college level you get a white collar job. This is not the case. However, it will depend on how one…

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Effects of Psychodrama Practice on University Students’ Subjective Well-Being and Hopelessness

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Psychodrama can be defined as the helpful role-playing method technique usually conducted by groups. Many questions have been raised about the effects which can be caused by psychodrama on students (Blatner, & Adam, 2014). This article have discussed and compiled those effects caused by psychodrama practice on university students’ subjective…

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Roles, responsibilities & relationships in lifelong learning

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1Professional standards and legislations in the lifelong learning sector have undergone many changes and will continue to ensure those, who are teaching, are essentially up to the job and are in a safe environment to do so. They are put into place to help those in the teaching sector and…

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Use of Prescriptive Drugs for Non Medical Purposes among College Students

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College students have for many years been linked to drug abuse and alcohol consumption. This behavior has caused a great threat not only to their life but has also affected their social life and academics. Drug abuse has been the leading cause of death in colleges. According to several national…

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What is so important about a College Education?

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Why is it so great to attend college? Depending on one’s point of view college may be insignificant or very rewarding in life. Realistically is there any significance to waking up before the roosters have began to crow just to attend some mind-numbing class at 8 o’clock in the morning?…

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Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other

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Nowadays, the use of social media has increased enormously, making us more connected either in public or privet communication in the region. It has tremendous effects on challenging many countries that have sought freedom. In fact, the so-called Arab spring has been titled as “social media revolution”, starting from Tunisia…

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College Speech Artifact

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I. Introduction: A. Quote: “Take a risk, be a rebel, ignore the conventional wisdom, take a stand and make a change, if something is wrong say it and say it loud, you have no idea what a difference you can make. Today you have earned your degree. Congratulations to class…

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HIV sexual risk behaviors and perception of risk among college students: implications for planning interventions

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Final Project Proposal Introduction             Since its discovery in 1983, scientists have worked tirelessly on determining the origins and biological mechanisms of the HIV virus. The gravity of the HIV virus cannot be understated as approximately 25 million people have contracted HIV and developed AIDS…

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Illegal Immigration: Freedom for Some Is Hard To Achieve

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The United States has long been a symbol of freedom and democracy, yet some people find it so hard to gain access and eventually citizenship. Immigration into the United States is not hard for most people, buying property, learning English, and gaining a green card. For others it can be…

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