Essays on College

Legends – A long long time ago

A long long time ago in a deserted town called Romberine existed an old woman that liked very much to told stories. All the mornings were the same, the children went to school, the mommies cleaned the houses and the daddies sweated for their job. […]

Royal College

In 1980, Kenneth Ring conducted a study entitled Life at Death. He wanted to investigate the same area as Moody but wanted to be more rigorously scientific in his investigations. He refined Moody’s system of stages, cutting them down to just five. The order which […]

National college rankings

Ehrenberg (1999) notes the impact of national college rankings, like U. S. News and World Report surveys on college decisions. He notes that in the quest for prestige, colleges strive to get the best-published rankings of their undergraduate and graduate programs. Rankings impact on colleges […]

College breakdown

The business letter of YHA has a logo at the top of the business letter. Underneath that there is the address if the organisation with the telephone and the fax number as well as the organisation’s Email address. All this information is in the middle […]

College admissions computer system

The collage is a complex organization hence the structure which manages it, has to be an expert software system. The best solution for operation software is Windows XP. The officer needs to use Office to write letters for good quality brochures. Excel could solve the […]

Why should ethics be taught to college students?

Why should we want to teach ethics to college students? Come to think of it, could we, in fact, teach them virtue? If by teaching ethics we mean to tutor, to instruct, to train, or to impart knowledge about how to differentiate right from wrong, […]

Malcolm X College

My name is Helen Thompson. I developed a keen fascination and interest in the skeletal structure of the human body in high school. I knew that I should have pursued a degree in radiology when I entered college but certain events conspired to prevent me […]

Diagnostic Radiography

My name is Helen Thompson. I developed a keen fascination and interest in the skeletal structure of the human body in high school. I knew that I should have pursued a degree in radiology when I entered college but certain events conspired to prevent me […]