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    When you get to college, you are introduced to a secret society known as Greek life. People form two opinions about it, one is that these groups just party 24/7 and don’t care about school, while the other is that they are helpful for the college by doing charity work or community service while increasing their social skills. In this article they characterize Greek life as a positive experience.

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rsalo1 in Learning to Learn
SUNY Brockport
November 17, 2014
    In today’s world children fail and just give up. They don’t have someone to encourage them or have someone say it’s going to be okay, you just got to keep trying and you’ll succeed. For example if a children fails a test but they studied really hard for it, they’re going to give up because they saw their best didn’t work, so they think why bother trying anymore. That’s why you see a high rate of kids dropping out of high school and college because no one gives them the support to keep trying when things get rough.

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In an article published in August 2014 in the Washington Report on Middle East Affairs called "Under Israeli Siege, Gaza's Children Must Work Lest Their Families Starve", the subject of child labor in Gaza, Palestine is explored. Considering the current political situation with Israel, there are many restrictions in Gaza which brought lower standards for quality of life, such as the amount of food that can enter Gaza.

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In this article written by Jon Swaine on September 16th 2014, was deemed to be of racial issues. Darrien Hunt, 22 years old was shot multiple times in the back after police officers received a call that a man was walking around with a samurai sword. Hunt’s family strongly believes that he was shot because of his race, his mother being Caucasian and his father being African American. A witness confirms that everything seemed normal because Hunt and the police officers were having a conversation and nothing seemed out of hand.

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