My name is Montaisia Hawkins. I am currently a senior at New Kent High School. My academic status is satisfying with a GPA of 2.3; however I am working towards improving it to a 3.0 or higher. I enjoy listening to music, dancing, reading and learning new things. I am very excited about finishing high school and continuing on to college. Hopefully I will be able to get accepted and attend Old Dominion University. I want to create realistic goals and stay focus on my goals, the more I stay focused on them the better chance I have of achieving them. My first two years of high school I attended Varina High School when I was living with my father. I’ve been living with my dad since I was about seven years old, at the age of sixteen I moved with my mother when she got her own house. I have a total of 5 siblings; two of which is just my dad’s and three which is my mom’s. I love my family; I think family is very important. On my dad side I have two younger brothers, I’m the oldest and the only girl, so basically get everything I want. However, on my mom side I have one older brother and two younger sisters and of course the baby girl always gets her way. The last few years, I’ve been trying to decide the perfect career for me. I wanted to choose something that would allow me to help others as well as contribute a healthy lifestyle and personal wellness. The career path I’ve chosen to seek is dentistry. I became interested in being a dentist because I recently had braces and my orthodontist really left a lasting impression. Not to mention the fact that healthy teeth and gums are a vital part of personal wellness. I’ve always admired pretty teeth. After doing a little research of various colleges, I learned that Old Dominion has an outstanding Dental Program. I’ve been considering obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene. My overall goal is
to the College Board budget report for 2013-2014 school year, on average an in-state public college’s tuition costs $22,826 and private college tuition costs $44,750 a year (CollegeData.com). Because of this gross amount of money college requires, I propose the Senate and House of Representatives subtract a sum of their earnings received from extensive salaries by taxpayers and give a portion of the sum back to their states’ colleges and universities through Pell Grants.
The problem for most college…
could turn a shaft and thus drive machinery. Steam power was applied to the textile industry
5. Henry Cort and puddling: Cort developed a system in which coke (derived from coal) was used to burn away impurities in crude iron and produce an iron of high quality a boom in the British iron industry.
6. George Stephenson’s Rocket: a locomotive used on the first public railway line (opened in 1830) in England, which went up to 16 mph.
7. Factories: created a new labor system using machines and workers…
competition was in its bloom. The first few decades of the 20th century saw women soccer being restricted to casual gym classes, games and college competitions. Unlike men’s soccer history, most women soccer had its prime growth at the college and university level. In 1951, the first women’s league was established in the United States and things changed from then on. The Craig Club Girls Soccer League had four teams and played complete…
Janet Cooke, Washington Post Staff Writer
September 28, 1980; Page A1
Jimmy is 8 years old and a third-generation heroin addict, a precocious little boy with sandy hair, velvety brown eyes and needle marks freckling the baby-smooth skin of his thin brown arms.
He nestles in a large, beige reclining chair in the living room of his comfortably furnished home in Southeast Washington. There is an almost cherubic expression on his small, round face as he talks about life -- clothes…
state intervention described mercantilism as constitutive
of modernity, whereas liberals saw it as a necessary transitional phase on
the path to modernity. Gustav Schmoller, one of the leading members of
the widely influential German Historical School of economic thinking,
2 Frank Trentmann, Free Trade Nation: Commerce, Consumption, and Civil Society
in Modern Britain (New York, 2008).
believed that from the fifteenth century through the seventeenth most
of partners to gauge where progress
has—and has not—been made over the last 10
years. This information is the foundation for
these Goals for the Common Good.
By 2018, we as a nation must:
Cut by half the number of young people
who drop out of high school
Cut by half the number of lower-income
families that lack financial stability
Increase by a third the number of youths
and adults who are healthy and avoid risky
These targets—one in the area of education,
another focused on income…
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Erik W. Larson
Oregon State University
Clifford F. Gray
Oregon State University
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ensured a market for their goods.
7. Half-Way Covenant: Fewer protestants were becoming saints, so Massachusetts clergy allowed children of baptized adults, including non-saints, to be baptized in order to preserve the fading religion.
8. Dominion of New England: The king combined several colonies into one larger colony; self-governments dissolved, and crown-appointed governors placed in power instead. Gave more power to England, roused anger. Royal Centralization.
9. Bacon's Rebellion:…
Very successful as a leader 23 year old general
Married Joesphine de Beauharnias-
Had connections to the government
1797: Italian campaign made Napoleon a hero in France
Overthrows the directory -1799
Napoleon was the first consul of France
1800- becomes first consul for life
1804- becomes emperor of France- Crowned himself
1) Confederation of the Rhine/ German states put together
2) Code of Napoleon
3) Lycees- first public school poor can be educated
4) ** Spread of…
Divorce and out-of-wedlock childbearing are now epidemic in American society. Both forms of disrupted families are harmful to children and to society. The children of single parents are more likely to do poorly in school, commit crimes, and become single parents themselves. In addition, the increase in single-parent families contributes to such social problems as poverty, crime, and a decline in the quality of public education.
Divorce and out-of-wedlock childbirth are transforming the lives of…