My choice of college would be Stone Brook University! Why? Well is because it's in a suburban area that reminds me that I'm still home and most of all it is a one hour drive from where I live(Obviously the university it is located in Stony Brook). The college itself is a public institution with an undergraduate enrollment of 16,480 students. The college was founded in 1957 and it is considered as one of the top best colleges, ranking as #89 in the class of National Universities Ranking. Luckily I have a small advantage of this amazing college because it offers a tuition & fee of $8,855 for students in-state, which is affordable compared to $23,935 for students out-of-states. However that reason why this college caught my attention was because
Since historically black institutions are smaller, the environment feels more like a family. A historically black institution gives African American students a platform to be heard where they are comfortable and safe. It is an environment where they are the majority, unlike everyday life where they are a minority. At a predominately white institution, African American students can feel lost on campus and feel as though they do not have a voice on the issues they encounter.
Over the next few years North Carolina Central University will be more diverse in the student body because of the world itself is already diversed. NCCU will have more diversity over the next years because of the academics that it provides, the motto that we stand by “Truth and Service” and because of the generous people that work here. Also the professors that teach the students the outstanding knowledge that will lead them and stick with them for the rest of their lives.
Mario Moreno Cantinflas better known as Cantinflas was a Mexican comic actor, producer, and writer. he 's complete name was Mario Fortino Alfonso Moreno Reyes, he born in Mexico city, Mexico on August 12,1911 and died on April 20,1938. He grew up in the neighborhood of tepito, he was the fifth child of eight children in the family. He married Valentina Ivanova Zubareff she was from Russian ethnicity it 's why the rare name. They got married on October 27, 1936 until her death in 1966. They adopted a child and named Mario Arturo Moreno Ivanova.
In the article “The Case for Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Understanding Race Relation in the United States Through its HBCUs” written by Priscelle Biehlmann, she uses data to argue that there are more advantages for both black and non-black students when attending a HBCU rather than a Predominately White Institution (PWI). First she discusses the how HBCUs emerged during the Reconstruction Period. Then she highlights the how court cases such as the 1898 Plessy v. Ferguson and 1954 Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court had an effect on HBCUs. She then transitions by providing distinct advantages Black and non-Black students undergo when attending a HBCU.
Jochem Schoonmaker was a member of a family who came from Germany and Holland and settled in the colony of New York in the early 1600’s. He married Lydia Rosencrans in 1730 and together they had fifteen children. He was a farmer and his descendants continue farming his land to this day in the hamlet of Accord in Rochester. An early 18th century farmstead bearing his name is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Instead of withdrawing from the public stage, Angelina and Sarah went on to achieve more notoriety, in 1838, Angelina testified at a Committee of the Legislature of the State of Massachusetts, becoming the first American woman to testify in a legislative meeting. Later in 1838, at the age of 33, Angelina married abolitionist Theodore Dwight Weld, and they moved with Sarah to Fort Lee, New Jersey. Although both Angelina and Sarah wanted to continue giving speeches and attending meetings, the pressures of running a household, raising three children, poverty and health issues (Angelina had suffered a terrible breakdown after her third child), caused them retreat from public issues. They still continue to write and support the antislavery and women’s
When acquiring a college degree you benefit greatly. The pay you get at any job will be raised if you have worked for a college degree, some jobs won’t even look at your resume if you don’t have a degree. Many people chose not to go to college, but roughly about 1/3 of high school students continue their education at college. Overall you get a higher job satisfaction if you have snagged a college degree. I would much rather be looked up to, rather than looking up to someone who has continued their education.
Before 1962, the only way African-Americans can go to colleges and universities and was through an HBCU (Historically Black Colleges or Universities). Most HBCUs were created after the American Civil War, In 1865 Shaw University was the first HBCU established in the south after the American Civil War, giving higher education to African-Americans. The Higher Education of Act 1965 defined any historically Black college or university established prior to 1964. The principal mission of HBCUs is to educate African-Americans. As of today, there are more than 100 HBCUs across the nation, which represents 3% of the nation’s institutions for higher learning.
In 1978, Simon Nelson of Rockford, IL brutally beat his wife to the brink of death while also murdering his six children and pet dachshund. Where did this animalistic rage come from? Nelson and his wife Ann had been experiencing some marital issues. Ann was discontent with Simon’s drinking habits as well as his sloppy overweight appearance. Simon tried to appease Ann’s discontent by joining a local fitness program, shaving off his beard, and even trying harder at work. Despite all his new life habits, Nelson found out that Ann had full intentions to file for divorce. This news devastated Simon. His family was his purpose for life. Nelson went to a hotel Ann was staying at to try and work his marriage out. When things began to lead nowhere, Simon went home and murdered his six children and the family dog. After committing these heinous crimes, he went back to Ann and beat her until the cops came. He was arrested upon arrival.
Carl Clauberg was a German medical doctor who had become a monster (3). Clauberg being a doctor, helped many people people (3). Clauberg was a Gynaecologist, and an Infantryman (1). After World World II began, Clauberg began conducting sterilization and artificial insemination medical experiments on women, children, and some men (2). Clauberg had met Heinrich Himmler, the leader of the SS and Reichsführer (2). Clauberg then treated Mrs. Himmler, helping her to become sterile so she did not have anymore children (2) . After helping Heinrich, Clauberg had united with the Nazi party in 1940 (2). In the start of World War II, Clauberg was just starting his experiments,
In the shady streets of Compton, California, a teen receives his first Music Mixer. Little does he know, this gift will shape out the rest of his life and of many others worldwide. Andre Romelle Young, also known as “Dr. Dre” is a renowned Hip-Hop artist and highly successful business entrepreneur. He has influenced the course of Rap/Hip-Hop music and those who took part in it. Dr. Dre showed leadership in his early years, aftermath of the N.W.A., and entrepreneurship of his own business.