An Unforgettable Summer

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    we decided to make the most of our time together. The night was filled with party games, movies in the theatre, and meeting new people. It was as if the awkwardness ceased to exist as we bonded over the common experience we shared. The rest of the summer consisted of countless jokes and puns referencing the

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    students in a positive manner. I jumped at the first opportunity to make a difference by joining the summer Link Crew program the summer after my freshman year. Ever since, I have enjoyed working throughout school in order to ensure that everyone, particularly freshmen, feel comfortable on campus. The most significant experience I had during my three years of participating in the club was during the summer before my senior year. My partner and I were assigned a group of thirteen freshmen to welcome at

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    The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han The Summer I turned Pretty is an excellent novel. The author, Jenny Han is a New York Times bestselling author. Han uses her talented writing skills to make everyone, from girls in their teens, to women in their late 40s be able to relate to this novel. The Summer I Turned Pretty is about a girl named Belly and her second life in the summer. For as long as Belly remembers, she has been chasing after her brother Steven and the Fisher boys; Conrad and Jeremiah

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    memorable summer camps February 17, 2017 - The Way to Go program is an outstanding non-profit organization whose sole aim is to offer an unforgettable summer experience to the kids. These experiences through summer camps at Los Altos are supposed to improve a child's development in a great way. Ever since its inception, the program structure of the organization is modified to include what provides an all-round benefit to the kids. For instance, Healthy Kids was initiated in the summer of 2009 in

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    1. Why did you choose to participate in a summer study program? Answer: summer is the time to explore new things. Therefore, i decided to invest my time going to college, and developing my skills. 2. How did you decide which summer program was right for you? I wanted to have an experience of a real college that values the student and work effort. So, Tufts University was my choice one. The University offered variety of classes which made very interested. As well as, the faculty members at

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    Another summer has gone by and already it's the start of a brand new school year. Summer 2017 was quite relaxing. I didn't have any extraordinary plans for the summer since I wasn't leaving Vancouver, but I spent the summer in the city itself during the hot and humid climate. I usually didn't have any fixed routines throughout my summer, so I spent most of my days sleeping away and staying up all night until sunrise, binging through shows on Netflix with my best friend on FaceTime, spending quality

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    cabin that overlooks Lake Huron. They kindly allow us to stay there each summer. The creaking floors and squeaky swing on the lakefront gives it special qualities to show the years of love families have experienced there. I have many treasured memories at this special location. It bring smells, feelings, thoughts, and emotions that are just what I need to refresh my mind and soul. Over the years, Tawas has become my favorite summer location because of the beautiful sites of the lake, the soothing sounds

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    I have come to the understanding that, as we progress in age, summer is no longer viewed in terms of vacation, but rather a chance for young adults to glimpse into the ‘real world’ of constant work and exhaustion. The cost of college education has made it difficult to enjoy the beauty of summer, and instead forces us to focus on the pressure of student loans. It is because of this that I have spent my past few summers indoors beneath the florescent lights of Younkers in the wonderful world of retail

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    My Practicum Experience

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    was the official time I had been graded for this experience, my true experience took place in the summer where I had originally began this path. In the summer, I had volunteered to be a part of the summer school program for Daniel L. Perez and went everyday of the week from seven in the morning to 12 in the afternoon. Those six hours I spent from Monday to Friday, were the best hours of my entire summer as I spent it with amazing children who looked up to me as their role model. I was also given the

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    S.O.A.P.S Tone Analysis: “One Summer: America, 1927”, by Bill Bryson, Transworld Publishers Speaker: Bill Bryson, author. He is an American author that is currently living in the UK, and the author of The Lost Continent, Neither Here Nor There and Notes from a Small Island. He wants a broad audience to learn about a forgotten summer where America began to drastically change. He is a husband, father of four, former Chancellor of Durham University, and an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society. One

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