Bus station Essays

  • The Rush Short Story

    1623 Words  | 7 Pages

    “April, could you be any slower?” “The bus doesn’t leave until 12:00, what’s the rush?” “I’m the rush, I’ve always been the rush, and you of all people should know.” April and Cassidy had spent the past twelve years of their lives living together. It wasn’t that hard to send straight A+ students to the same prestigious college when both of their folks practically ran their neighbor state. It wasn’t that Nevada didn 't have good schools, it was that California schools were just better, and anything

  • Personal Narrative-Rosebud Reservation

    270 Words  | 2 Pages

    got to the city from sitting down so long. I started walking around in the city to find my family. Sometimes I would stop on the steps of building to rest. A policemen found me and was very kind and took me to a bus station and waiting with me until the bus came. After I got off the bus I couldn’t really see the numbers on either side of the street so I

  • Personal Narrative-How I Gained Independence In Washington DC

    1935 Words  | 8 Pages

    Unfortunately, The bus begins to slow down to get off for lunch at the service plaza. Once the buses parked, we all ran inside to the food court, as we all were starving for any type of food. The time read 1:47 on the tiny analog clock in the food court. I could smell

  • Paige Marquis: A Short Story

    1909 Words  | 8 Pages

    Hi, I am Paige Marquis and this is my story from beginning to end. It all began in a hospital named Baton Rouge General on Bluebonnet in East Baton Rouge, Louisiana when a woman named Jennifer Welch gave birth to the most beautifulest angel in the world (aka me). As I was growing up I lived all over Louisiana, my birthplace. I switched from living with my mom, to my dad, to with my grandma and other family that was living with her, and then to my grandpa, with all of that moving around practically

  • The Importance Of Travel In Taiwan

    844 Words  | 4 Pages

    In the 50s, travel considered as a luxury thing for most of the families in Taiwan. People hardly would go out of town and stayed in a hotel. Most of the time, during holidays we took a short trip by city bus to the urban area parks for the same day outing. The only private transportations were bicycles. When I was 15, I always dreamed I could take a trip

  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Cross The Border

    371 Words  | 2 Pages

    the border between Mexico and the United States. I left my house in Guatemala at 4:30 in the morning bound for Mexico on 28 January 2002. Arrived to a central bus station in Mexico about 7:00 in the morning, where there was a man who would help me cross the border. I remember very well we took a bus as about 7:30 in the morning, while in the bus the man gave me a passport with a tourist visa for me to use to cross the border. The passport was from Guatemala, if I remember right, I do not remember under

  • Essay On Day Care Observation

    796 Words  | 4 Pages

    Introduction: I live in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan and I have many places where I could do an observation, places like schools, daycares, restaurants, coffee shops, mall etc. I choose to do my observation at a local licensed daycare on Friday, February 9th. The reason why I chose a daycare instead of something more public like the mall was because the profession I’m working towards works with small children so it would be more beneficial for me to learn from a daycare. Key to abbreviations: FD -

  • Lou Ann In The Bean Tree Analysis

    367 Words  | 2 Pages

    Bean Tree men see what they want to see but don't see it from a woman's perspective. Lou Ann is on a bus and she is reading a pamphlet about woman's pregnancy. “On the bus she decided it must have something to do with the fact that the pamphlets were put together by men, who in her opinion liked the looks of a mother and baby better than a pregnant woman. She was fairly sure about this. On the bus, for instance, several men would stand up to offer her a seat, but they wouldn't quite look at her.

  • Self Control: The Marshmallow (Candy) Experiment

    701 Words  | 3 Pages

    SELF CONTROL In the 1960s, a Stanford professor named Walter Mischel began conducting a series of important psychological studies. During his experiments, Mischel and his team tested hundreds of children — most of them around the ages of 4 and 5 years old — and revealed what is now believed to be one of the most important characteristics for success in health, work, and life. The Marshmallow (Candy) Experiment The experiment began by bringing each child into a private room, sitting them down in

  • Stacey's Courage In Roll Of Thunder, Hear My Cry

    724 Words  | 3 Pages

    takes charge when Papa isn’t there, he strives to be the man of the house. He tries to take care of everything. Stacey shows courage when he gets revenge on the Jefferson Davis school bus, tells mama about the Wallace Store ,and protected Big Ma from Cassie telling about Strawberry,MS. Everyday the bus splashes the Logans on purpose, they have to go to school wet and home wet. The youngest of them all is Little Man, the cleanliness little boy in the book, loathed getting dirty. Little

  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Mexico

    657 Words  | 3 Pages

    where everything is nice and beautiful, I am going to experience something completely different. Traveling with me are about 30 other high school students, and 10 chaperones. We put our luggage in the under carriage of a large blue and gray charter bus and board one by one. When we have all taken our seats, the youth minister tells us that our trip will take about an hour and a half. We begin the long drive, and when we arrive at the border, we are told to sit quietly while the border patrol looks

  • Case Study: Carlyle Avenue Crosswalk

    725 Words  | 3 Pages

    However, there are issues with traffic before and after school on Carlyle Avenue, West Boulevard, and in the East parking lot. Students who live within a mile of the school have no buses provided for them by the school. Those students who do not have a bus to ride either have to drive or walk to and from school. The traffic before and after school is both crazy and dangerous. In 2013, a boy was walking on the Carlyle Avenue crosswalk almost got hit by a car. His bookbag had broken while he was walking

  • Nt1330 Unit 6 Case Analysis

    1546 Words  | 7 Pages

    amount s of data, and can analyze them to learn complex patterns and relationships that humans simply couldn’t process. It would allow the city planner to analyze things such as where are the bus tops are at highest/lowest usage, are any bus routes overlapping in locations, are passengers having to make bus route switches at higher rates that others, and so much more. It will allow the city to determine what they are doing right and what they can improve on, so they can alter the different pieces

  • Personal Narrative: Carolina Country Music Fest

    328 Words  | 2 Pages

    My first experience at the Carolina Country Music Fest was extraordinary. It all started Friday after my friends and I unpacked our stuff at the hotel. After we brief catching up we departed to the Carolina Country Music Fest. During the walk our anticipation grew; Keith Urban was going to plan in less than an hour! As we arrived to the venue, our wrist bands were scanned and we rushed to the stage. Keith Urban performance was spectacular; soon thereafter we headed back to the hotel. The next morning

  • Tort Observation

    874 Words  | 4 Pages

    showed that the following arenas: classrooms, hallways, playground, lunchroom, before school, after school activities, field trips, bus/transportation, science class, physical education class, and art labs were ranged in an acceptable category. Permission to complete the tort walk at a

  • Racial Discrimination In The 20th Century

    1327 Words  | 6 Pages

    After a troublesome and torrid time, the black people or what so called slaves, were entering the 20th century with hope of not being discriminated after the slavery had been abolished in the late 19th century. The beginning of 20th century had overseen the stampede of worldwide immigrants to America as they seek for a better life. As for African-Americans, they were entering the phase where they found themselves almost identical with the past century despite the slavery being abolished. Though the

  • Compare And Contrast Aunty Ifeoma And Children In Purple Hibiscus

    1051 Words  | 5 Pages

    Despite growing up in the same house, Aunty Ifeoma and Papa Eugene from the book, Purple Hibiscus, raises their children in contrasting manners. Papa Eugene oppresses his children from having individuality and results to violent punishments when his children go against his views. On the other hand,Aunty Ifeoma is more understanding to her children’s decisions in life and uses more peaceful means to bring her points across. Another clear difference between Ifeoma and Eugene is the teaching methods

  • Sleep Deprivation In Teenagers

    2035 Words  | 9 Pages

    According to a 2010 survey published in The Journal of Adolescent Health, only 8% of high school students get the recommended amount of sleep which is nine hours, 23% of high school students get six hours of sleep, and 10% get 5 hours of hours. After school activities and the amount of homework contribute to the little amount of sleep teenagers are getting. Most students have after school activities such as jobs and sports, so they get home later and still have about 5 hours of homework every night

  • Personal Narrative-Upward Bound In School

    538 Words  | 3 Pages

    being 5 in the morning on a summer day, I’m so excited nonetheless! Kinda wish they had planned to meet up at the college at a later time but I guess I can’t control how long the trip is! “Look at that! The bus has TVs!” a classmate shouted from the back, “that’s so cool!” It was cool, the bus was packed basically with a lot of teenagers who were tired but most likely hyped up on energy drinks. Upward Bound, a program that helps you get a first-hand college experience, really did go to the top with

  • Haines V. Hanes Case

    1265 Words  | 6 Pages

    SAMUEL S. HAINES v. HENRY COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION (This is our superintendent today) Imagine seeing you and your kids being struck by a bus that could’ve killed you. Mr. Samuel S. Haines had this happen to him. He was the victim,also the plaintiff whenever he called suites on this accidents. The case was held at the Tennessee State Court. In the Tennessee State Court website, the text states, “It is the mission of the State Court of Henry County to do justice, as nearly as possible, to all persons