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2013

Sociology

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College students

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'To Change Is To Learn And To Learn Is To Change', Bob Porter Dec 2013

'To Change Is To Learn And To Learn Is To Change', Bob Porter

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“To change is to learn and to learn is to change.” That was often the advice given to me by my mentor in life, Lew Treen, a war veteran, semi-pro baseball player, high school principal and coach.


I'Ll Just Say It, Men: Sexual Attackers Are Arrogant, Insecure, Weak, Mark Routhier Oct 2013

I'Ll Just Say It, Men: Sexual Attackers Are Arrogant, Insecure, Weak, Mark Routhier

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College students most everywhere live in an atmosphere that is sexually supercharged. Young men and women with varying degrees of sexual experience, free from the surveillance of parents, experimenting with social structure, and embracing a knowledge of their sexual power creates an environment rife with possibility.


Run Toward Your Next Job, Not Away From Current One, Bob Porter Oct 2013

Run Toward Your Next Job, Not Away From Current One, Bob Porter

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If you are considering a job change or are looking for your first job, how do you know what direction to take?


The Meaning Of Life – Or At Least University Life, Mark Routhier Aug 2013

The Meaning Of Life – Or At Least University Life, Mark Routhier

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The sun will one day burn itself out and all the magnificence and strife that is humankind will be a whisper in a vacuum, a ripple through dark space.


Finding The Sweet Spot In Your Life Can Be More Than Just A Dream, Bob Porter Jul 2013

Finding The Sweet Spot In Your Life Can Be More Than Just A Dream, Bob Porter

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When I was a small child, I had a recurring dream that I ran and jumped out of my second-story bedroom window and began to fly. I would fly around the neighborhood to see my friends and help people, and I had a lot of fun doing it. I can’t exactly recall how I learned to fly, but it was instinctive, and I just inherently knew it was a gift. I can still remember how my stomach would get jittery in the moments right before I took the jump in order to fly.