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    different colleges that I have looked at in the past 2 years and are going to be the examples of what I think are great options for good universities to go to. Oregon State University The first college I have in mind for my future is OSU. Oregon State is a public school and funded by the government. OSU is a very well-rounded school in Corvallis Oregon which is only about ten minutes from here but about 50 minutes from my home in Dallas. For living purposes it would probably be easier

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    memorabilia to his undergraduate alma mater, Oregon State University. Pauling had such a passion for science that he continued working and publishing books and finding new scientific discoveries until he was over eighty years old. Pauling’s love dedication, and scientific discoveries had a lasting effect on the science community. Such an effect that two years after his death The Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine moved to Oregon State University and becomes the Linus Pauling Institute.

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    Nike History

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    numerous parts of famous culture and bunch assortments of "cool." Nike radiated from two sources: Bill Bowerman's journey for lighter, more study dashing shoes for his Oregon runners, and Knight's quest for an approach to bring home the bacon without giving up his affection for sports. Bowerman instructed track at the University of Oregon where Phil Knight kept running in 1959. Bowerman's yearning for better quality running shoes plainly impacted

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    in was founded on 1960’s on Beaverton, Oregon its initial founders are blue ribbon sports . Since its foundation the company was characterized by the rapid growth and development..The main mission of the company was to gain a larger share of the market . In the first decade of its existence

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    Knight Capital Case

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    Knight Capital was founded in 1995 to trade retail order flow and became one of the world’s leading market makers with CEO Tom Joyce leading the company for 17 years. Knight has relied heavily on technology to accomplish its goals. In 2012 Knight Capital was the largest trader in US equites and processed more than 3.3 billion trades a day. (Fool.com, n.d.) The company on July 31st 2012 was worth approximately 1.4 billion dollars and then with one simple avoidable glitch everything changed. On August

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    Richard “Dick” Stack founded Dick’s Sporting Goods in 1948 in Binghamton, New York. It is a large Fortune 500 retail company that sells sporting equipment, athletic apparel and assorted accessories from leading brands. The company owns and operates specialty stores Golf Galaxy, Field & Stream, and True Runner that serve both beginners and athlete enthusiasts. i. Major competitors 1) The Sports Authority 2) Big 5 Sporting Goods 3) Wal-Mart Stores Inc. ii. Corporate strategies

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    President Jimmy Carter to be Secretary of Transportation” (Jaquiss). Neil Goldschmidt was a very successful politician, but he was hiding a very dark secret that the people of Oregon deserved to know. Should the type of person, who raped a 14 year old girl for three years, be considered someone that the people of Oregon look up to? This is just one of the questions Nigel Jaquiss addressed in his article about the affair between Neil Goldschmidt and a 14 year old girl that occurred from 1975-1978

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    Caribou Coffee Case Study

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    In its home country, the Unites States of America, the company is the second largest coffee house company. The company has a total number of 273 fully owned coffee outlets in the US and 127 domestic licenses in the same country with a presence in a total of 18 states. Additionally, the company has a total number of 203 international outlets through a franchising system in a total of 10 countries. According

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    In most fairy tales and novels a humble male role is used to dictate the normality of writing. In “Things Fall Apart” by Chinua Achebe, Okonkwo, a strong male role is not only that, a lead character, but he is also cruel and prone to violent tendencies In the novel Okonkwo experiences harsh changes when the white men first came and at the beginning of colonialism. In “Things Fall Apart”, Achebe uses Okonkwo to display the negative change in everyday Igbo culture after colonialism. In this novel by

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    with history and scenic attraction. History of Clarkston Clarkston and its twin city Lewiston were named for the well-known American explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. The two cities are separated by a river which further highlights the state line that passes between the two cities. For centuries

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    specifically Oregon State. She gained Oregon the right for women to vote but also was a writer and an American pioneer of the West. On October twenty-second, eighteen thirty-four, Abigail Jane Scott was born in Groveland Illinois. Growing up, Abigail has many family hardships. Her father was upset when she was born, as he had hoped his first born would be a son, her mother was overworked and had almost no time for family, Abigail had

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    served as a second lieutenant in the United States Army. Eventually in 1994, he married his wife Pat, who was influential during his governor years, and had five children. Him and his wife moved to Oregon in 1946 and Straub eventually became a builder and developer in Eugene. Straub is not only known as a husband, a father, and a soldier, but historically notorious as the 31st Governor of Oregon. During time in office, he was noted as an important figure to Oregon, especially when he was the first leader

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    In the halls of the State Capitol building, the portrait hangs near the House Of Representatives on the second level of the building. The piece is located in the center of the wall, with the portrait of Oswald West (Plate 1) to its left and Barbara Roberts (Plate 2) to its right. When comparing all three pictures it seems clear why Paul Missal's piece is in the middle. Out of the three, Straub's portrait is the only informal representation of a governor, especially since the painting is mostly a

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    Nike is a sports brand providing niche products such as sportswear and apparels to consumers. It ranges to different types of sports from football to basketball. Nike is one of the leading firms, which is worth $15,000,000. Recently, Nike has provided a new design to the consumers. It consolidated modern technology with shoes, which is more appealing to the consumers. Adding on, Nike has been supplying the best products to every athlete around the globe. The company has utmost dedication to create

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    From Misfortune to Oregon From around 1811 to 1840, a 2,200-mile trail was made, going from Missouri to Oregon. This trail was made by fur trappers and traders, and would soon be called The Oregon Trail. In 1846, thousands of men, women, and children began traveling to Oregon along this road. They had high hopes of finding fertile land, where they could set up large farms. They walked, rode, and pushed and pulled wagons filled with their belongings. People of all heritages, religions, and cultures

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    I. INTRODUCTION Nowadays most of the youth are not totally engaged in reading some books. They are likely engaged in social media, gadgets because of modern technology that we embrace. Some says that book is boring because its content is wide and much time is needed. But we are wrong because Mr. Garry Paulsen, the one who wrote the book named “The Voyage of the Frog” can bring us to another dimension. As we criticize and read it, we can encounter styles and techniques he used. For example, is it

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    painless killing to end suffering from an incurable and painful disease. It is sometimes seen by law as a second degree murder, manslaughter, or homicide. This practice is illegal in most countries in the United States. It is legalized in a few areas like the Netherlands and the state of Oregon. Assisted suicide advocates, such as the organization Death with Dignity, argue that

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    Pigeon Key Reflection

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    Just about a year ago, my seventh grade class took a trip to Pigeon Key, FL to spend two days at a Marine Science Center. My school encouraged every student to go on the trip and after hours and hours of driving, we were greeted by many enthusiastic staff members excited to take us on the boat to Pigeon Key. When the boat arrived at the dock, I was immediately overwhelmed by the gorgeous scenery. Water wrapped around the island like a blanket, leaving only a small space for the buildings. At the

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    The Oregon Trail is “this nation’s longest graveyard” (National Park Service). The emigrants on the trail looked for a new life in America. Some emigrants went looking for religious freedom, others went for land and power. They were not prepared for the dangers and difficulties that the trail presented. The emigrants on the oregon trail faced the most difficulty trying to survive and thrive in the west because of disease, accidents, and weather. Due to disease and illness, emigrants on the Oregon

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    awhile since I’ve been able to write. I wasn’t sure I would ever be to write again after our big river cross a few weeks back. You see, not too long after our little indian sighting, we reached California crossing. We all knew that we were going to Oregon, so there wasn’t much arguing there. So we kept going along, following the Platte River, until it came time to cross over. Before we even got to close, I could tell crossing would not be easy. The water of the Platte is dirty, and the river seemed

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