You are invited to work out in the newly remolded workout facility that is now open to students. The new 10, 000 square foot facility offers a variety of new options for students. It has an Olympic sized pool, state-of-the-art machines and equipment, personnel always on staff, and much more. Students, if you love to swim or just exercise in the pool, this is the place for you. The new Olympic sized lap pool is perfect for you to swim, exercise, or just hang out in. It is big enough for several groups, too. The new facility also has state-of-the-art machines and equipment. Whether you are a body builder or just trying to get in shape, the machines and equipment are suitable for all types. If you are looking to have a little R&R then come relax in our Jacuzzi or sauna. It doesn't matter if it's hot or cold outside, you can always enjoy relaxing in the Jacuzzi or sauna. Do you need a personal trainer or nutritionist to help you get back in shape or get that beach body you have always wanted? We now offer personal trainers always available for consultation, and always on stuff and ready to train. Also, our nutritionist are always on site helping students with their diet. If you can't afford to go to the fitness classes, no worries, our classes are FREE! We have a variety of classes for all students such as yoga, Pilates, tai-chi, and spinning classes. After class, stop by the newly remolded, always stocked snack room. Our snack room offers only the…
AP English Language and Composition
21 May 2013
The phrase “You are what you eat” has been around for the past thirty years and still holds true today. Rewind to the 1970s and it is evident that the day where children played outside on the swings and went exploring in their backyards to uncover the sense of adventure and wonder that is only found in childhood are long gone. Now we have reached in the days where it is far more conventional to sit inside and spend one’s free…
“You know you're in love when you can't fall asleep because reality is finally better than your dreams.”
― Dr. Seuss
“In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on.”
― Robert Frost
“If you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure don't deserve me at my best.”
― Marilyn Monroe
“It is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not.”
― André Gide
“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.”
― Oscar Wilde
chalkboard/overhead or repeats an idea then it is usually a key point and you should write it down.
Try to use a three-ring binder, it allows for more flexibility in rearranging your notes and any handouts that you may receive.
Try to sit towards the front and center of the class where you'll be less distracted and can hear the professor the best and have a good angle on any visual aids that may be shown.
Don't rely on someone else's notes, you may not understand everything that they write down and you'll…
The objective of the lab should describe what it is you are trying to accomplish in the lab. This should be done in 2-5 concise sentences.
Hypothesis: Most of the time a hypothesis is written like this: "If [I do this], then [this] will happen." (Fill in the blanks with the appropriate information from your own experiment.) Your hypothesis should be something that you can actually test. In other words, you need to be able to measure both "what you do" and "what will happen."
taking a trip to the grocery store, stopping by for fast food, or buying a can of soda for your kid. Why give a kid a snickers bar, when you can give him a sun ripened mango, bursting with sweet juices and mind-blowing flavor? Do not keep feeding children sufficient amounts unhealthy foods that result in bad health. Adults are in fact role models for kids; watch what you eat because your child’s life depends on it.
Brent, Michael. "How Do Unhealthy Foods Affect Children's Brains…
"For You I Will"
When you're feeling lost in the night,
When you feel your world just ain't right
Call on me, I will be waiting
Count on me, I will be there
Anytime the times get too tough,
Anytime your best ain't enough
I'll be the one to make it better,
I'll be there to protect you,
See you through,
I'll be there and there is nothing
I won't do.
I will cross the ocean for you
I will go and bring you the moon
I will be your hero your strength
Anything you need
I will be…
had each other. Later, her husband unfortunately died on the battlefield. She was widowed, until she died of old age. When her daughter was organizing her remains, she discovered this poem her mother had written to her father and the titled is “But You Didn’t”. It’s a narrative poem, which talking about some wonderful memory about she and her husband to show other people how they love each other and how to do it.
At the first five stanza, each stanza is talking about a small and nice memory. She…
chance to redefine my ultimate limit: physical condition. I could be proud of being a good and active student. However, my friends in Vietnam always made fun of my nerdy, clumsy look whenever I tried to play sport. Instead of humiliation, “If you want it, you can do it,” my Americans friends would talk about sport with such inspiration. I joined the soccer team with excitement, but it was harder than I ever imagined. I didn’t know how to kick the ball, or have them kicked into my face. Always out…
When you change your appearance, you change the way that society looks at you. From hair-cuts, to wardrobe changes to the addition of glasses, society judges you and sometimes it’s not for the better. In middle school, I was peer pressured into wearing the hijab, a piece of clothing that in Islam shows how devout you are to your religion. Being the age that I was at that time, I didn’t fully understand the concept of the hijab, but over time it gave me the strength to defend me and…