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  • Look At The Live Television Studios
    825 words
    For my paper I am going to be writing on something other than a Video Exhibition, since I couldn't find one. However, I was able to undertake something which I found very appealing, a tour of NBC studios in New York City. The father of my friend's girlfriend gave the tour to a few friends and myself. Since he knew all of us, he decided to give us a private tour. When we first entered the building, I was amazed by the sense of centric ity that came over me; it felt as if I was in the center of th...
  • Walt Walter Wally Wallester
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    Elmer, "Walt" was a friend I knew when I lived in California. Despite being a throwback from the 1960's and a reject from society's public eye, Walt still lived with a smile on his face and a story in his heart. Walt loved to tell stories and he loved the place where he told them. Walt also loved to drink and toward the end of an evening the bottle had met his lips way too many times. Old hippy ways faded to history for everyone else but Walt. Elmer didn't like his real name. He liked being call...
  • Room With The Van Daan Family
    610 words
    Note: This book doesn't describe almost any character so I'm not putting any character description. Hope you enjoy it! Summary. Anne Frank. The diary of a young girl. Anne was a 13 years Jewish girl that lived in Neatherlands in the time world war 2 was taking place; with a bad temper, it helped work with what she wanted. That's why she didn't get on well with her sister, her mother, and everybody else. The only different one was her dad, he understood what was happening to her, (puberty), and h...
  • Jester's Resemblance To A Prison
    845 words
    Atmosphere of Jester Affecting Students Do you see moody students at the University of Texas walking around? They probably live in Jester, the largest public dormitory in the nation. Why the long face you ask? Well, the need for a high-density dorm caused the University of Texas to build a dormitory with the atmosphere of a prison. Jester's resemblance to a prison affects the mood of students and the overall well-being of students. Waking up to loud, obnoxious banging and screaming are the morni...
  • My Friend's Dorm Room
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    College is the stepping stone from High School to the real world. College is intended not only to teach us knowledge, but also to prepare us for the next part of life. Not all college students get this preparation though. Those students are the ones that live at home and commute to school every day. These students miss out on the entire college culture. Being a commuter myself, I almost feel left out. If it were not being in the rigorous architecture program which demands hours and hours of stud...
  • Ellen's New Mama
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    Author Biography Kaye Gibbons was born in 1960 in Nash County, North Carolina. Growing up she loved to write. She graduated from Rocky Mount High School in 1978 and went on to the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. While in college she wrote her first book, Ellen Foster, it was a huge success. Ellen Foster won the Sue Kau finan Award for First Fiction from the Academy of Arts and Letters and many other awards. Also, it has recently been translated into many languages and gained recognitio...
  • Small Room
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    A small, dark room, with lots of books, a radio in the corner and a big mess. In the middle of the room is a small bed. There is no TV, no computer, no play station, no modern technology, just only one small radio and a night lamp, which is on the desk. And of course, beer and liquor bottles arranged by the wall. But most importantly in this ugly dark small room is the small bed that is only mine and no other beds, which means that this room is only mine. This was three years ago. Right now I li...
  • Long Line To The Ship
    882 words
    Dear Grandfather, December 22, 1880 We finally arrived, mother father and I. we all miss you grandmother and china so much. How is everything, we are all fine... We got off Angel Island three days ago and now we are at our new home. Its not the greatest especially compared to our home with you and grandmother in China, but I have to say that anything is better than the ship ride here, to America. It was so horrible. It was stinky and dirty and so crowded. Remember the night that you dropped us o...
  • Mary Jo
    576 words
    I can still remember the smell of the sweet potato pie cooking in the oven, and the fifteen-gallon tub of icing by the sink. We called her Mary Jo, and I thought of her like a grandmother. Every year around fall, my mom and I went to her house to make sweatshirts for the season. When we did that, she made sweet potato pie every time. She knew that I didn't like marshmallows on mine, so when I sat in the living room, I looked over and I saw her leave a spot with none on there. Mary Jo did cake de...
  • Run The Dorms Of Ave Maria College
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    Carlos Qui~none EN 101 section 1 Date. 11/13/03 The Living Conditions Are Rotten Because of paying such an expensive fee in the dorms of the Ave Maria College, I expect to live in clean and decent conditions. But this has not been the case at all in Ave Maria College. The living conditions are rotten because the beds are extremely hard; the noise at sunrise is disturbing; the toilets are extremely dirty; the couches smell horribly disgusting; there is no control of pests; and the food from the c...
  • My Roommates Side Of The Room
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    For a moment I felt I should rewrite this exploration / observation again because the words uses in my previous works are not real. I thought they were forced and insincere. Adding to the work that I consider being drivel seemed to be pointless and lacking in the passion of the writing experience. But after a trip to the writing center I was slightly inspired. The counselor I was assigned to had just move here from Detroit and complete understood where I was coming from and could relate. I reali...
  • School And Max
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    1. Setting – This story took place in the Willowgreen School District, near a fictional town call Bleke in 1933. Characters – The main character of this story is the author, Max Braithwaite, but addition characters in this chapter are Dave McDougall, Mrs. McDougall, and their children Mary, Heather, Myron, and Charles. Antecedent Action – The antecedent action in this chapter is when Max outlines the events leading up to the moment when he left the train at Bleke. Those events ...
  • Mrs Glasser And Mrs Rau
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    Mrs. Glasser and Mrs. Rau have a lot in common. They? re both English teachers and they both work at Sachem North. They are also married with no kids. But that's where the similarities stop. They have different opinions and different likes and dislikes. Mrs. Glasser was born on February 21 in Smithtown. Her first name is Diane and She's an Aquarius. She is the youngest out of 3 children in her family. She's not really sure of her favorite color. She likes the group Destinies Child and her favori...
  • Barracks And College Dorms
    557 words
    Some people believe that living in the Marine Corps barracks could be compared to living at a college dorm. I however, absolutely disagree with this idea. I have lived in both and can honestly say that they are very separate lifestyles with few similarities. The daily routine, living conditions, and strictness are especially dissimilar from each other. The typical daily routine of these two lifestyles could be compared to night and day. As a Marine I start off every morning by making my bed, and...

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