Cheating

“Technology makes the world go round.” Everyone uses technology; it’s became a way of life, and is used on a daily basis. From keeping in touch with loved ones, to balancing your bank account, to cheating on homework/tests, with technology you could do almost anything. We all know cheating is wrong and unethical, but in this case my American Government teacher made it very easy for not just me, but multiple students to cheat on test.









Staying Healthy in College

Staying Healthy in College
Staying Healthy in College
It’s all too easy to let yourself go without really trying to in college. As soon as you walk out of your morning classes, there’s an on-campus convenience store nearby temping you with promises of donuts and sugary frozen coffee drinks. The fried options often look much tastier than the healthy options in the dining halls. And after a long day of classes, sometimes the last thing you want to do is hit the gym. So how do you stay healthy in college?

First of all, realize that you can no longer treat your body like the garbage disposal it was back in high school. As time goes on and you begin building habits you will carry with you into adulthood, you must realize you cannot continue to eat whatever you want without suffering the consequences in your weight, your energy level or even worse, your heart.









The Advantages Of Earning A Degree In Nursing Online

This article discusses in detail the many advantages of earning a degree in nursing online.









Writing an A Level Essay

Whether you are focused on high school classes or higher education, you want to make sure that you walk out of any class with a higher grade. Making sure that you can write an A level essay can help you to advance to the next level while helping your grade to stay at a higher average. Understanding how to focus on a paper that gets a higher grade will then provide you with a new approach to your papers while allowing you to get the right results for any course.









The Effect of Technology on My Life

The Effect of Technology on My Life
I roll around on my bed, tossing and turning. The blare from my alarm clock deafens my right ear, and I quickly throw an arm over to it and slam on the snooze button. It is 6 o?clock in the morning, and already technology has affected my life. I fall to my feet and walk towards the showers. Another form of technology is about to take over my life. Well, at least for the next ten to 20 minutes.









Writing for dummies how to organize the writing desk

Writing for dummies how to organize the writing desk
Writing for dummies how to organize the writing desk
People often ask me, “Where do you get your ideas for your stories and articles from?” My stock answer is from my daily activities, which include really humdrum, mundane acts that everyone performs. My first act in the morning is to make a fresh pot of coffee. As I do this chore I find myself thinking about a myriad things that have happened in the past, things that I will handle during the day, or things that I may contemplate doing in the future. This is a delightful task. Since no one is around to engage me in conversation or disrupt my thinking, I withdraw and walk freely around the many chambers of my mind. It may seem weird to some people, but sometimes I hear whispers or see figures, shapes, forms, and profiles of beings that are begging for attention. Just this morning Bill Gates and Warren Buffet popped out of the blue -maybe, I am not so sure- and I was curious as to why these two characters would occupy my mind. Doing a little backtracking I realized that the previous night I had been reading a book of essays and letters by Seneca, the Stoic philosopher who was forced to commit suicide by the vicious Caligula.









Overcrowding A Problem For Some Los Angeles Schools

A long time ago, kids went to school in a one-room schoolhouse. Kids ranged in age from around 7 to 16, and were all taught by the same teacher. In the cities, schools were mostly run by religious organizations or sometimes the town’s city council took over the responsibility of educating the young people.

As our population has increased, the need for more teachers and more classrooms and even more school buildings has grown exponentially. Nowhere is that more evident than...









A Day in the Life of a Teacher

A Day in the Life of a Teacher
A Day in the Life of a Teacher I hear the sound of my alarm clock at 6:30am. Time to get up! I wish it was Saturday, no school! No, I?m not a child, nor a student, but a teacher! You don?t think we enjoy everyday at work, do you? No. That?s rubbish. Let me continue with my story of a day in the life of a teacher.. As I force myself out of bed, a chilling thought comes over me. It?s Wednesday. This means I still have three whole days to get through until the weekend. Better get a move on if I want to make it on time. First, I take a shower. I do this every morning to liven myself up and to prepare for the day ahead of me. Today first up we have a whole school assembly. That?s one reason why I don?t like Wednesdays. The other few reasons I particularly don?t like the day Wednesday is that I have recess yard duty and in the afternoon is the paper parade. I step out of the shower, thinking such thoughts of what has been happening in the last few days and what I have to do today. I get dressed and go out to have breakfast.









Time Management In College – Don’t Let It Get Away From You

One of the biggest concerns of college students is how they are going to juggle everything and keep everyone happy. Most people think (sometimes parents included) that college is a time of fun and little stress. Those that have gone to college may remember that studying, keeping up and lack of sleep is far from a walk in the park. There are several issues, events and social interactions that college students are expected to maintain all in limited time. There are many stresso...









Drinking Alcohol

Drinking Alcohol
Alcohol can and does kill millions of people. It can effect your brain and make you shake, lose all your senses, and kill off your brain cells. It also can cause your liver to deteriorate and not function properly. Liver transplants are hard to come by and do not happen often, if your liver goes out you do not have many chances of living much longer. You could also choke on your puke and die. Drinking too much alcohol can kill you, but millions of people consume mass amounts daily.