Let's just be honest: Joining a fraternity or sorority can be expensive. Even if you don't live in the house, you likely have to pay dues, for social outings, and for all kinds of other things you weren't expecting. So how can you manage to pay for the cost of "going Greek" if money is already tight?
The Wilmot Proviso was a brief amendment to a piece of legislation introduced by an obscure member of Congress that set off a firestorm of controversy over the issue of slavery in the late 1840s. The wording inserted into a finance bill in the House of Representatives would have repercussions that helped bring about the Compromise of 1850, the emergence of the short-lived Free Soil Party, and the eventual founding of the Republican Party.
We all like to take tests that tell us something about ourselves. There are many assessment tools available online that are based on Carl Jung's and Isabel Briggs Myers' typology assessments. These tests can tell you a little more about your personality and personal preferences and may provide insight into how to make the most of your study time.
An important component of staying healthy is knowing which foods are good for you and which are not. Students tend to enjoy learning about this topic because it is familiar to them. Everyone has heard about healthy food and junk food but not everyone has the tools for telling which is which. Use this healthy eating lesson plan to educate your students about how to choose the best food for their bodies.
While it's pretty clear to most people why vegans don't eat meat or wear fur, why they don't wear silk is less obvious. Silk fabric is made from the fiber that's spun by silkworms when they form the cocoons for their pupal stage prior to becoming moths. In order to harvest silk, many silkworms are killed.
In the 1990 movie "Home Alone," 8-year-old Kevin McCallister is accidentally left behind (via a series of unlikely events) while the rest of his family is on vacation in Europe for the Christmas holidays. Kevin believes the situation is due to his wish that his family would disappear, so (for some reason) does not seem alarmed, and doesn't contact the authorities.
"The Plague" is a famous allegorical novel by Albert Camus, who's known for his existential works. The book was published in 1947 and is considered one of the most important works by Camus. Here are some memorable quotes from the novel. Part 1 "The truth is that everyone is bored, and devotes himself to cultivating habits.
First things first: the dinosaur most people know as Microceratops underwent a name change in 2008, to the slightly less snazzy-sounding Microceratus. The reason is that (unbeknownst to the dinosaur paleontology community) the name Microceratops had already been assigned to a genus of wasp, and the classification rules say that no two creatures, no matter how different, no matter if one is alive and the other is extinct, can have the same genus name.
Andromache is a mythological figure in Greek literature, including the Iliad and plays by Euripides, including one play named for her. Andromache was, in Greek legends, the wife of Hector, first-born son and heir apparent of King Priam of Troy and Priam's wife, Hecuba. She then became part of the spoils of war, one of the captive women of Troy, and was given to the son of Achilles.
Qualitative research is a type of social science research that collects and works with non-numerical data and that seeks to interpret meaning from these data that help understand social life through the study of targeted populations or places. People often frame it in opposition to quantitative research, which uses numerical data to identify large-scale trends and employs statistical operations to determine causal and correlative relationships between variables.
While Nuñez is a very common last name in Spanish, it has an interesting story-although it's not entirely clear what it means. Nuñez is a patronymic surname, meaning it was created by adding letters to the name of a paternal ancestor. Nuñez comes from the given name Nuño and is accompanied by the traditional patronymic suffix - ez .
Debra Lafave, a 24-year-old married middle school teacher in the Tampa, Florida area was arrested in June of 2004 and accused of having sex numerous times with one of her 14-year-old students. She was charged with four felony counts of lewd and lascivious battery and one count of lewd and lascivious exhibition.
The curtains close. With "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," the famous epic of wizardry and magic finally ends. J. K. Rowling takes us Muggles for one last magical tour into Harry Potter's world. The book ends with a climax that reaches a feverish pitch. If you haven't yet grabbed a copy of the book, you are missing a lot.
The control and ownership of the oceans have long been a controversial topic. Since ancient empires began to sail and trade over the seas, command of coastal areas has been important to governments. However, it wasn't until the twentieth century that countries began to come together to discuss the standardization of maritime boundaries.
New York Times Company v. United States (1971) pitted First Amendment freedoms against national security interests. The case dealt with whether or not the executive branch of the United States government could request an injunction against the publication of classified material. The Supreme Court found that prior restraint carries a "heavy presumption against constitutional validity.
If you're considering a career in health care, which standardized exam should you take: the PCAT or the MCAT? The MCAT, or Medical College Admission Test, is in many ways the “gold standard” for admission to nearly all medical schools in Canada and the United States. The MCAT is written by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and tests students' knowledge of topics like the biological and social sciences, along with analytical reasoning, reading comprehension, and problem-solving skills.
The Battle of Gaugamela was fought on October 1, 331 BC, during the Wars of Alexander the Great (335-323 BC). Armies and Commanders Macedonians Alexander the Great Approx. 47,000 men Persians Darius III Approx. 53,000-100,000 men Background Having beaten the Persians at Issus in 333 BC, Alexander the Great moved to secure his hold on Syria, the Mediterranean coast, and Egypt.
The fights between gladiators in ancient Rome were brutal. It was not like a football game (American or otherwise) where it would be assumed that both sides would go home with just a couple of bruises. Death was a fairly common occurrence at a gladiatorial game, but that doesn't mean it was inevitable.
Since George Orwell's 1945 novel "Animal Farm" is such a complex work, you can better understand its themes and plot devices by working your way through study questions. Use these "Animal Farm" discussion questions as a guide to better comprehending the book, but for context, first, make sure you understand the gist of the story and its related history.
"Romeo and Juliet ," one of Shakespeare's iconic tragedies, is a play about star-crossed lovers and their romance that's doomed from the start. It is one of the most famous plays of the English Renaissance, consistently taught and staged at high schools and colleges to this day. As their families feud to the death, Romeo and Juliet-the two young lovers-are caught between disparate worlds.
Even stellar students fail college classes sometimes. It's not the end of the world, but it is a good idea to make a game plan to minimize the damage to your academic record and prevent it from happening again. Check Your Academics Learn what impact the grade will have on your academics. What will getting an "F" do to your grade-point average?