The first attempt and success to climb Mt. Everest occured in 1953. Since then, almost 4,000 people have been able to scale the mountain, but over 230 people have not been able to climb it successfully. There is a chance of accident or death when climbing this mountain or any dangerous activity. All people should should have the right to rescue services even if they knowingly put themselves at risk because there is always a chance of an accident happening, rangers are there to save people in danger, and there are rescue vehicles being produced to be used in case of an emergency.
As a student, I always find myself stressed about things like homework, tests, due dates, grades, rent, and all other sorts of college-related problems. When I start to feel overwhelmed by all of the noise of being a young college student, I turn to the one thing that gives me the greatest sense of purpose and inner piece; weightlifting. For me, a weightlifting session is a form of meditation, a time when I can be by myself and truly find inner peace. There is no better feeling to me when I enter a gym with a planned and detailed workout in mind. The feeling of anticipation and readiness to vent out my stress gives me the motivation to hit a workout hard. During a weightlifting session I put on my headphones and block out all the noise of
B.F. Skinner once said “Education is what survives when what has been learned has been forgotten.” This makes me believe that if you educate your mind with the correct material you shouldn’t forget it. Texas Tech University has the broadest Mechanical Engineering field, and will prepare me for my career
College, although it is an esteemed institution acknowledged for its cultivation of young minds, is an establishment notorious for the expansion of its students’ waistlines. The infamous “Freshman Fifteen” is a nightmare turned reality for thousands of incoming college students nationwide. Hoards of fledgling undergraduates struggle to maintain a healthy physique under the stresses of their hectic academic and social schedules. Late-night snacking during cramming sessions, deficient exercise regimens, and overconsumption of high-calorie dining hall foods are additional factors that attribute to students packing on the pounds. Although freshman weight gain is commonly widespread today, it is not absolutely inevitable. In fact, all students hold
College to today 's youth is a very exciting time. It 's now the time where young adults start to take on full responsibility for their lives, and all the many changes that are happening as they begin their college career. One major responsibility many students seem to negligent when entering college is their health, especially in the case of diet and exercise. On today 's college campuses food is everywhere, but the opportunities for exercise are few. With recent increases in college enrollment in today 's society, college students have become one of the most vital and influential parts of the population. Many of what students learn in college become part of their core lifestyle choices later on in life. Many students do not take full advantage of their college 's resources when it comes to gaining more physical activity. With today 's new leading initiatives in physical
Do you know drinking is fatal to only to 19 or a younger age? Should the drinking age be lowered from 19 to a younger age? CONS. We should not drink when you are under the drinking age law. Drinking can be all over the world to many countries. With all due respect, I truly think that the drinking age should not be lowered to 19. In my perspective drinking is bad for everyone. Drinking is dangerous to everyone. I am going to explain why not to drink through health issues, younger age people and not to drink and drive.
In this study, we conducted a research on the effect of norms towards the attitude on exercise. This study was conducted at the University of Colorado Boulder. The study was conducted as a survey and was given to participants given in the first week of their lab of the course
The last quarter of the year is one of the most stressful time of year. Between Fall festivals and Halloween to that New Year party we jam pack so many activities into a short period of time. Often resulting in losing sight of the more important aspect of this time of year.
“You have to go to college.”, “College is very important.”. College is the main topic in a life depending conversation between people. The youthful generations are always told to go to college after high school, even though this may motivate the youth to get a higher education, not many can afford the big amount of money. Moreover, it is also very difficult to get a full academic scholarship to a college, not to mention top colleges such as Harvard, Stanford and even Princeton. In all fairness, is college really worth the trouble or is it just a way to drain people both financially, physically and mentally?
College students need to be fed with the right foods and nutrients. Imagine being hungry and having tons of homework to do or have to study for a major exam, it would be pretty hard. It would almost feel impossible to get focused and actually complete your homework assignment or finish studying for that test. You also won’t have a lot of energy because you’re body won’t have the right foods to help you maintain that positive energy.
Homework has been a part of Americans’ learning for so long, that the idea of not having to complete it may seem incredible, surreal, or even impossible. The survey of 1,000 K-12 teachers found that middle school teachers assign about 3.2 hours of homework each week. On a normal day, students have five core classes, and when you multiply that by 3.2, you have 16 hours of homework for middle school students. Although most educators believe that homework is beneficial, teachers should stop assigning it because kids need time to be kids, they need more rest, and students need a brain break.
In today’s modern age alcohol has become a way of life, it is evident that the majority of the countries throughout the world accept alcohol as an antidepressant that can be fun and can take the edge off activities, many people die from it each year. Consequently, these deaths are only one of the many reasons why alcohol should be banned. As a result, Alcohol can cause cardiovascular diseases, cancer, chronic lung disease and diabetes in moderate drinkers. Not only does drinking have a negative effect on your body if too much is consumed on occasions it can also lead to deadly accidents from being impaired while driving. Stricter laws should be enforced on the consumption of alcohol. Alcohol begins to take detrimental effects on your body in
A child is struggling to learn at his/ school. He is more of a visual learner, like learning with pictures and shapes in front of him. His school, however, does not have the power and funding to do such things for him, which leaves him struggling and get bad grades. Now, why does he have to struggle in a school system which can’t even support his learning style?