crime. On January 9, 2014 a homicide investigation started when a body was discovered and an area off of road 1210 in Park County, Wyo. But this was not just a regular homicide. This homicide was different that any homicide that any of the law enforcement have ever dealt with in Park County Wyoming. (Cody/Powell)
Let’s talk about Dan. Dan and I are scary similar, like tonight its 9:33 and I am still struggling to take a test and do my discussion. I get easily distracted and procrastinate and feel insecure about my abilities. As a learner I relate to the way it’s explain about how Dan is. My voices are a little louder than most. And what Dan and I need to work and organize of thought and behavior to be intentional leaners using our patterns working together to succeed. Dan’s scores S25, P18, TR30, C14, and mine is S18, P22, TR13, C23. Though my scores aren’t the same, I feel like they use my story and maned me Dan. In his case and mine we need to use sequence and precise and a little less confluence. And with my technical reasoning
The author and researcher of Punished: Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys, Victor M. Rios, was a former gang member from Oakland as well, who learned in his adolescence what a small break from police and educators could mean for a boy on his way to prison.
There was an immigrant named Jesuś, he was a short man with slick black hair. He was 32 years old. Jesuś lived in Guatemala with his family, his wife juanita, his son Julio who was 10 years old. Jesuś wanted to be an American very badly, because America was a much
Gilbert Martinez was born in 1942, in crystal city Texas. Mr. Martinez was born Mexican American and his parents were both from Mexico City. During that time racism was still very much alive and most people in the city were Mexican American while the city council were white people. The city council was unfair to most people and never listened to their opinion on city affairs. So Gilbert decided when he was about 17 to start a campaign to run for city council. However he wasn’t even eighteen so he got some of his childhood friends to help him. Together they wanted to put local people in for city council to get their word in and have representation.
Pedro Alonso Lopez known as “The monster of the Andes” Born in Colombia in 1949. The son of Benilda Lopes De Casteneda a prostitute along with twelve others siblings. His father Midardo Reyes was shot and killed before Pedro was born. Pedro grew up in a very poor life full of political violence and with neither of his parents support.
Many people think that they can be success without an educational background, but a fourteen-year-old ambitious Hispanic boy Francisco Jimenez, Breaking Through, Jiménez. He knows that moving to the United State could help him to bet for a better future. He puts all his effort to study diligently, overcome and manipulate a foreign language and culture. Beside that, working hard on his part time job also required, earning money, gaining knowledge is the only way to keep him and his family survive. After I read his book, I found out that Francisco, and I have a range of similar formidable circumstance. We both are staying in an unfamiliar place, we have the same purpose to come to the US. We also have to face the financial issue, culture shock
The history of Mexico is much different than the history of its northern neighbor, the United States (U. S.). At one time Mexican territory extended north into the Colorado area and west to California before ceding the property to the U. S. after the Mexican-American War of 1846-1848. Mexico and most of South America had been settled by Spain upon encountering the New World in 1492. So South American Spanish colonies spoke Spanish, had a ruling class that was not native born called peninsulares who were born in Spain but lived and ruled Mexico. Mexican ties with Europe were strong and in its colonial days the rulers and upper class individuals tended to draw from European society to make Mexico feel like the place they left behind. With regard to Mexican Natives, Spaniards intermarried into ruling families just as if they were in
The author of the passage, Eduardo Porter, urges his own justification in order to convey an urgent and serious mood about the current climate change issue, and he bestows his opinion in 3 major methods concurrently with emotive terms : raising awareness , providing background information or knowledge about the topic, prediction in near future with the support of statistics, and
I am extremely eager to become a Wildcat and to begin working towards and achieving my goals at K-State. Attending medical school is my foremost priority, so with the help of the professors, I hope to excel academically and become a competitive candidate. Due to my deep love for learning, I am anxiously looking forward to the new concepts and ideas I will discover in the classrooms and labs. Additionally, I aspire to be involved in a research project at some point. The process of creating new medications and researching their effects on the body is fascinating to me, so I want to become part of a chemistry team. Speaking with Dr. Culbertson made me so excited for the years and opportunities ahead in the Chemistry Department. The emphasis K-State
Dillan Nguyen is a bright 18-year-old Vietnamese student who recently graduated from Centennial high school. Dillan has always been involved in school he played in his high school football team as well as being part of the school track team. Dillan has always been a hardworking student involved in school, he took English 101 as a dual enrollment course his senior year in high school, and is now taking English 102 and trigonometry at Glendale Community College to get ahead, and to be one step closer in becoming an engineer. He will be attending Arizona State University this fall in the polytechnic campus not only well he be studying there but will also be dorming in the campus. Academics are Dillan’s top priority; he recently quit his part-time
Alfredo Rios mostly known as “El Komander” is one of the many artists that interprets this kind of music glorifying drugs, crimes and weapons. In an interview done by Milenio Noticias a news channel in Mexico he was asked if he accepted the term “Narco Corridos” as being the type of music that he sings and his answer was that he thinks that the term is a bit demonetized by others because even when the corridos started, singers where already including weapons murders and alcohol in their lyrics. In fact he said that he as an artist is no one to change what is going on in mexico and that’s what he sings. He was also asked about what he thinks about the governor of Culiacan censoring the Narco Corridos to be singed in that area and his answer
Kendall’s experience as a researcher is not the only thing which makes her the amazing person she is today. She has experienced so many different work environments that it is mind-boggling. Dr. Kendall was a waitress while attending high school, was chair of a Senate Executive Committee, and taught math to prisoners. Through participating in so many different kinds of work opportunities, Dr. Kendall was able to realize that her true passion lay in the field of biochemistry. The first pull towards science was evident in the books that interested her as a child. And one might even say that her parents were what helped to ignite that spark for her thirst for knowledge in the field of biochemistry. Those science coloring books from Filene’s Basement department store and the Time Life science book series that her mother bought her are a very important part of Dr. Kendall’s early inspiration, and it is clear to anyone who listens to her talk that she loves doing research and helping young people figure out what they should do with their
I returned to San Diego State University six months after gaining successful treatment of my narcolepsy. I was determined to conquer the second semester of organic chemistry; a class in which I have a disconcerting historical record. With a rested and awakened state of mind I found myself comprehending the chemical reactions and enjoying molecular mechanisms that I had previously not understood. I successfully finished that course and a few others. Having managed my condition, I am capable of mastering difficult science curricula in the future. Participating in a postbaccalaureate program would allow me to continue this trend of success and strengthen my academic record. I expect the program to be rigorous, but I am excited by the challenge
A sophomore Cell and Molecular Biology major, Enrique holds a 3.75 (summa cum laude) grade point average entitling him being named to the Dean’s Lists of both the College of Arts & Sciences (minimum 3.6) and the Honors College (minimum 3.75). As further testament to his scholastic potential, Enrique received a Board of Governor’s Scholarship, and an Office of Multicultural Affairs